Dundas business offers free grocery delivery

News Apr 23, 2020 by Craig Campbell Dundas Star News

Dundas Valley Collision Centre is offering free grocery delivery to Dundas residents at risk during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Susan Munro, the centre's chief financial officer said the service is geared toward those in self-quarantine or who are immunocompromised, without a close friend or family member who can pick up groceries for them.

“People using this service can order groceries direct from the store for curbside pickup, in which case we’ll pick up the groceries and drop them off at the door,” Munro said. “We’ll also shop for the groceries and deliver them as well.”

She said they also hope to support local businesses with the service as well.

Anyone interested in this service should call Susan Munro directly at 905-627-5458, extension 202 and leave a message.

 

Dundas business offers free grocery delivery

Dundas Valley Collision helping #keepseniorssafe

News Apr 23, 2020 by Craig Campbell Dundas Star News

Dundas Valley Collision Centre is offering free grocery delivery to Dundas residents at risk during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Susan Munro, the centre's chief financial officer said the service is geared toward those in self-quarantine or who are immunocompromised, without a close friend or family member who can pick up groceries for them.

“People using this service can order groceries direct from the store for curbside pickup, in which case we’ll pick up the groceries and drop them off at the door,” Munro said. “We’ll also shop for the groceries and deliver them as well.”

She said they also hope to support local businesses with the service as well.

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Anyone interested in this service should call Susan Munro directly at 905-627-5458, extension 202 and leave a message.

 

Dundas business offers free grocery delivery

Dundas Valley Collision helping #keepseniorssafe

News Apr 23, 2020 by Craig Campbell Dundas Star News

Dundas Valley Collision Centre is offering free grocery delivery to Dundas residents at risk during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Susan Munro, the centre's chief financial officer said the service is geared toward those in self-quarantine or who are immunocompromised, without a close friend or family member who can pick up groceries for them.

“People using this service can order groceries direct from the store for curbside pickup, in which case we’ll pick up the groceries and drop them off at the door,” Munro said. “We’ll also shop for the groceries and deliver them as well.”

She said they also hope to support local businesses with the service as well.

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Anyone interested in this service should call Susan Munro directly at 905-627-5458, extension 202 and leave a message.