This week’s featured act of DG Kindness is from Lisa! On a snowy day, a gentleman walked into Lisa’s store wearing cleats, pants that were too small and a tarp wrapped around his upper body. He purchased a toy and a woman’s shirt. It was obvious he was purchasing these items for his family. As he was leaving, Lisa stepped into action and gave him the coat off her back. A customer saw this and bought him a hat and gloves and another bought him a hot meal. One act of kindness inspired others.
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This week’s featured act of DG Kindness is from Charlotte and Darla from Store #08218! For more than 2 years, Charlotte and Darla have partnered with the Southern Alabama Regional Council on Aging (SARCOA) to provide seniors with groceries, toiletries, cleaning products and other necessary items. During the pandemic, many seniors were afraid to shop in person or did not have transportation to the local Dollar General store. Charlotte, Darla and the team at Store #08218 worked together to gather supplies to distribute to seniors in need.
As Valentine’s Day quickly approaches, celebrations may include romantic dinners, Galentine’s Day plans or even family fun. Discover budget-friendly decor ideas that everyone will love this year.
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Dollar General proudly announced yesterday that it has been inducted into Training magazine’s prestigious Top 100 Hall of Fame, following two consecutive years named as the magazine’s top training and development program and 10 consecutive years among its Top 100 list.
Dollar General announced yesterday its commitment to join the Consortium to Reinvent the Retail Bag as its Value Sector Lead Partner. The Consortium, through its Beyond the Bag Initiative, aims to identify, test and implement viable design solutions that can more sustainably serve the purpose of the current plastic retail bag. Read more at the link.
This week’s featured act of DG Kindness is from Johanna at the Ardmore, Oklahoma Distribution Center! Three years ago, the Landing Bridge, a local nonprofit organization, reached out requesting volunteers to mentor children in crisis. Johanna answered the call. Each week she attends the Landing Bridge two-hour meeting where she serves as a small group leader and provides encouragement to kids who are homeless, hungry and looking for guidance and support. Read more about Johanna at the link below.
“I am proud to celebrate Black History Month by being a part of a leadership team that is intentional about investing in our diverse teams through development, empowerment and inclusion.” -Dr. Johné Battle - Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion
Here at the end of National Thank You Month, we'd like to thank our wonderful employees for all that they do!