CLEARWATER & DUNEDIN, Fla. – Your local & organic family-owned grocery store,in and , is collecting donations to help victims of Hurricane Dorian.
Now through September 30th, The Patch will send all customer donations to, which flies supplies and people in and out of affected areas. Customers can donate by “rounding up” their total to the nearest dollar or by choosing their donation amount at the registers.
NFP is also allocating its “” donation for the month of September to Sol Relief. The Patch donates five cents per re-usable bag brought in for groceries to a charitable organization each month.
About Sol Relief
After Hurricanes Irma and Maria caused massive devastation in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and many other areas of the Caribbean, a former St. Croix, U.S.V.I. resident and pilot, Jennifer Lockwood, wanted to help. Jennifer partnered with and the to create an innovative disaster relief mission utilizing small aircraft to serve U.S.V.I and Puerto Rico with immediate aid. From that mission a new venture focused on providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief with the use of aviation was formed – Sol Relief, Inc. In 2018, Bill Auer, owner of , was welcomed to the Board of Directors.
To follow along with updates, visit Sol Relief’spage.
About Nature’s Food Patch
Nature’s Food Patch Market & Café (est. 1987) is an organic independent natural foods community grocery store & café with two locations in Clearwater and Downtown Dunedin. The store has been enthusiastically embraced by the health-minded community and is known for its commitment to organic foods, quality natural products, community involvement and health education. Their vision is to serve and inspire their community in order to build a healthier world.
Contact: Angela Carren: Nature’s Food Patch –