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7-Eleven Helping Red Cross Wildfire Relief Efforts in Hawaii

Retailer donates $25,000 to fund to assist affected residents
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Photograph courtesy of the American Red Cross; logo/7-Eleven

In response to the devastating series of wildfires that have prompted evacuations and caused widespread destruction in Lāhainā on Maui and throughout Hawaii, 7-Eleven Inc. is making an immediate $25,000 donation to the American Red Cross Hawaii Wildfires Relief Fund relief efforts.

Hawaii residents are coping with the tremendous devastation in the wake of these wildfires, which will likely rank among the worst in modern-day U.S. history.

“These funds will provide lifesaving aid to those directly impacted by this crisis,” said Marissa Jarratt, executive vice president and chief marketing and sustainability officer.

Through its 7-Eleven Cares Foundation, 7-Eleven is a member of the American Red Cross Disaster Responder program. Members of the program include leading corporations that donate a minimum of $250,000 annually to provide the highest level of support to American Red Cross preparedness and relief efforts. Year-round support from 7-Eleven helps ensure the Red Cross can act immediately when disasters occur. 

  • 7-Eleven is No. 1 on CSP’s 2023 Top 202 ranking of U.S. convenience-store chains by store count.

7-Eleven Inc. operates, franchises or licenses more than 83,000 convenience stores in 19 countries and regions, including more than 13,000 7-Eleven convenience stores in the United States and Canada. In addition, it operates and franchises SpeedwayStripesLaredo Taco Company and Raise the Roost Chicken and Biscuits locations.

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