Diana Franzetti, Brighter Tomorrow Foundation executive director, accepts a $2,500 grant from Gary Huddleston, director of consumer affairs for The Kroger Co.

Diana Franzetti, Brighter Tomorrows executive director, accepts a $2,500 grant from Gary Huddleston, director of consumer affairs for The Kroger Co.

Irving’s The Kroger Company recently donated $2,500 to Brighter Tomorrows, a nonprofit that empowers survivors of domestic violence.

The grant will support Children’s Services by providing education and help to children who have been the victim of, or witness to domestic violence. The program will provide training to help kids deal with their environment and emotions in a healthy, positive and appropriate manner.

“Our professional therapist works with children to provide individual help for specific circumstances.” said Diana Franzetti, Brighter Tomorrows executive director. “ We could not do what we do to help families without Kroger. Kroger is terrific and I understand why Kroger was named the most generous company.”

For more information on the Brighter Tomorrows, visit http://www.brightertomorrows.net/

For more information on The Kroger Company, visit http://www.thekrogerco.com/about-kroger.

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