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Wegmans Commits Over $350,000 to the D.C. Community

In preparation for our first store opening in Washington, D.C., the Wisconsin Ave. store team has committed more than $350,000 to the local community through donations and event sponsorships over the last year.

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Meet Jean Pierre: Wegmans Sous Chef and Hardworking Father of Three

When Jean Pierre moved to Rochester, NY, from West Africa in 2003, he was looking for a chance at a better life. He found employment at Wegmans and worked his way up from overnight floor crew to sous chef. In 2010, he moved his family to the US and now, his three children all work for the company.

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A Relationship Built on Shared Values

Through our Work Scholarship Program, we partner with Vertus High School who shares a similar mission: to prepare leaders of character for the community.

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Wegmans Shows Its Pride in the Nation’s Capital

Since 1975, Capital Pride Alliance has served the needs of the Washington, D.C., metro-area LGBTQ+ communities. Wegmans has partnered with the organization since 2018 to provide the local communities with services not just in June, but throughout the year, and the relationship continues to grow.

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