PSE to help provide meals to families in need

Greenlite will donate 10 cents to Food Lifeline when customers purchase Greenlite LED from participating stores.

Puget Sound Energy along with local retailers including Ace Hardware, True Value Hardware and McLendon Hardware are teaming up to give back to Food Lifeline to help families who struggle to replace missing meals provided by schools throughout the summer.

Now through July 30 Greenlite will donate 10 cents to Food Lifeline when customers purchase Greenlite LED from the three participating stores.

Customers will also have the chance to donate part of or all of their PSE rebate after purchasing awasher, dryer, refrigerator, freezer or heat pump dryer from King & Bunny’s Appliances, DeWaard & BodeThe Appliance Giants and Judd & Black Appliance stores. PSE will also match each dollar that is donatedthrough the rebates.

For more information, visit pse.com/savenow.

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