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Savannah Whole Foods to Benefit Local Child Abuse Center

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Savannah's Whole Foods has selected the Coastal Children's Advocacy Center to be the recipient of it's bimonthly 5% Day on Tuesday April 29th; this is in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month.

The non-profit center, which serves children who have been sexually or severely physically abused or who have witnessed violence, will receive 5% of the store's net proceeds that day.

Savannah's Whole Foods is located on E. Victory Drive in Savannah.

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