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Good News: Great Harvest Bread Company donates to DuPage PADS

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Great Harvest Bread Company, which has locations in Downers Grove and Naperville, is working with DuPage PADS to help the organization provide much-need supplies to its clients.

Working with one of its local suppliers, the eatery is running a campaign called Buy a Loaf, Donate a Roll. For every loaf of bread purchased, Great Harvest Bread Company will donate a roll of toilet paper to PADS.

The promotion is running at both the Downers Grove and Naperville stores.

For information, visit the Great Harvest Naperville Facebook page.

"We feel this is a good way for folks to not only support us and our employees by buying the best made-from-scratch, all-natural ingredient breads in the county, but also feel they are helping families in need and the homeless by helping us support PADS," said Larry Boik, the store's owner.

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