Convenience store chain announces partnership with Habitat for Humanity

Kum & Go has launched a new partnership with Habitat for Humanity to help provide affordable housing to low-income families.

Kum & Go, a convenience store chain with a total of more than 420 stores in 11 states, has committed a $100,000 corporate gift. The company also will sponsor construction of a Habitat for Humanity home in one of the communities Kum & Go serves.

Customers will be asked to join the effort by adding a $1 donation to their in-store purchases through March. Kum & Go will sponsor a Habitat for Humanity project in the region that collects the most money as a percentage of customer traffic through their stores.

“Our partnership with Habitat for Humanity brings together two great organizations that are dedicated to supporting and enriching communities,” said Kyle J. Krause, president and chief executive officer of Kum & Go.