Harlem Globetrotters and ShopRite Help Fight Hunger

November 19, 2015
Representatives from ShopRite and the Food Bank for New York City and players from the world famous Harlem Globetrotters participated in ShopRite’s second annual “Fowl” Shots for Food Banks turkey donation event at ShopRite of Forest and Richmond in Staten Island on Wednesday, November 18. ShopRite store associates and customers, along with the Harlem Globetrotters players, took turns shooting “fowl” shots, and for each basket made ShopRite Partners In Caring, ShopRite’s year-round hunger fighting initiative, donated a case of turkeys to the food bank. At the end of the event, 400 turkeys were donated to the Food Bank for New York City, which is among the 60 tons of turkeys ShopRite Partners In Caring will donate this holiday season to food banks local food banks throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland.


Bull Bullard (L), and Cheese Chisholm (R), guards for the world famous Harlem Globetrotters, celebrate with Yaritza Huertas, who scored the 100th basket at ShopRite’s second annual “Fowl” Shots for Food Banks.


From L to R: 
Kenji Hoffman, corporate campaigns associate, Food Bank for New York City, Chris Magyarits, community relations manager, ShopRite, Cheese Chisholm, guard, Harlem Globetrotters, Ken Grillo, assistant manager, ShopRite of Forest and Richmond, Bull Bullard, guard, Harlem Globetrotters, Steve Hildner, community relations advocate for ShopRite.   

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