Rite Aid makes donation to wildfire victims in San Diego

October 25, 2007

Rite Aid assists with wildfire relief efforts in San Diego.

Rite Aid announced that the Rite Aid Foundation is making a $100,000 donation to the American Red Cross to help the victims, families, and communities affected by the wildfire devastation in San Diego county in Southern California. Rite Aid also has shipped items including eyedrops, lip balm, sunscreen, and hand sanitizer as requested by the San Diego Red Cross Chapter to be distributed at shelters for evacuees. Patients can continue to fill or pick up their prescriptions at any open Rite Aid, even if their neighborhood store has been evacuated. This includes prescriptions that have been filled at a closed store but not yet picked up. Customers can call 1-(800) RITEAID and press 0 to ask for customer service. Store location information is available at