Aldi Lending Support To Alex's Lemonade Stand

The discount grocer's goal is to raise $10 million in the fight against childhood cancer.
Greg Sleter
Associate Publisher/Executive Editor
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Aldi UK

Aldi is continuing its support of the fight against childhood cancer with its backing of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF), marking the fourth consecutive year the discount grocer has raised funds for the organization.

Beginning June 15, Aldi will sell limited-time lemon-themed Aldi Finds to benefit ALSF, along with reusable grocery bags that were designed by ALSF child artists. 

The retailer is also announcing a long-term goal to donate $10 million to ALSF by 2027, with an initial goal of donating at least $1 million to the organization this year. 

In a letter to customers, Dave Rinaldo, co-president of Aldi U.S., said, “As a member of the ALSF Advisory Council, I’ve seen the empathy and energy with which ALSF works to make a positive difference in the lives of those affected by cancer. It’s an honor to work with ALSF and you to fight this disease. Together, let’s put the squeeze on childhood cancer.”

Founded by Alexandra “Alex” Scott, the mission of ALSF is to end childhood cancer through impactful research, awareness and empowerment