Shop & Share to Help KY Domestic Violence Victims

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 2/05/2012 8:45 am
Kentucky's First Lady Jane Beshear is asking for your help this weekend to support victims of abuse.

She kicked off the event today.

Kroger stores are the collection points  for the 5th annual 'Shop and Share' program.

It's a statewide drive to collect supplies for Kentucky's 15 domestic violence shelters.

It  is happening today until 5pm at every Kroger store in the state.

Volunteers at each store will collect baby care, cleaning supplies, personal care and non-perishable food items. We will have more on this story tonight on ABC 36 news at 6:30 and 11:00pm.
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