Martin’s Super Markets to give back to area United Way

(Photo supplied/Martin's Super Markets)

Martin’s Super Markets will be matching customer contributions up to $25,000 at their checkouts with the money going back to the United Way.

Officials announced on Tuesday that the donations will be for the COVID-19 Response Funds to help the United Way respond to both the short-term and long-term needs of individuals impacted by the pandemic.

Martin’s stores will have the Easter baskets and bunnies on display this week and for every chocolate bunny sold, the companies will donate $1 to the local United Way relief funds. For every basket sold, $5 will go to that same fund.

Money from the Warsaw Martin’s will go to the United Way of Kosciusko County.