Goffstown Cumberland Farms store opens, helps charity
While similar programs have been forced to shut down, Garrison said the dedication of Crispin's House's board of directors has kept it going, in part by finding other funding sources.
Previously, customers stopping for gas would come in and buy cigarettes, but Jenness said as tobacco sales decrease, the focus has moved toward providing fresh food, coffee and other beverages.
Jenness said that while the company often makes large donations to national organizations, supporting smaller, not-for-profits such as Crispin's House is also a priority.
The minimum donation from Cumberland Farms for Crispin's House will be $1,000 and will increase based on what local customers buy.
"It's really hard to tell what this will bring in, because it depends on what's sold," Garrison said, "but this will definitely help us serve more youth."
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