Wal-Mart chooses MUST Ministries for $100K grant
by MDJ staff
04:00 AM, Thursday, October 02
Wal-Mart and the Wal-Mart Foundation is giving $100,000 to MUST Ministries. The grant is part of a $54 million donation from Wal-Mart going toward charitable organizations throughout Georgia. MUST will put the money toward its food distribution pr...

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