Along with youth and school programs, the funds will help preserve WWII Home Front sites as sources of information and education, according to Rosie the Riveter Trust.
A Facebook post by Rosie the Riveter Trust stated: "No donation needed- just make your regular grocery run."
"Your cart full of goodies turns into free public education programs for kids of all ages," it added.
We recently wrote about one of those programs, called "Rosie's Girls," which trains students from grades six through eight in non-traditional jobs during the summer while helping them build character and learn teamwork skills.
Originally published by the Richmond Standard. Read the original article here!