Easy Way to Donate Money to Those Devastated by Charley

Winn Dixie stores are helping the public reach out to the victims of Hurricane Charley and Tropical Storm Bonnie.

The company announced today that customers can “round up” their grocery bill whenever they shop. When a customer checks out at the register, he or she may round up the bill to the next dollar, with the spare change being donated to the American Red Cross's disaster relief fund.

You can also donate more by simply telling the cashier.

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