EG Group Raises Over $600,000 for Disabled Veterans

The company employs many former military personnel nationally.

January 13, 2023

WESTBOROUGH, Mass.—EG Group announced it raised $647,000 for Disabled American Veterans (DAV) through its annual fundraiser, surpassing the amount of money raised in previous years.

“We are very proud of the tremendous efforts of our store team members which resulted in raising a record amount of money for the DAV,” said Josh Bradstreet, vice president of operations services, EG America. “The funds raised will make a positive impact on the critical services that the DAV offers to Vets every day.”

Throughout the month of November, guests were encouraged to donate any amount of their choosing when they visited any of EG Group’s 1,700+ convenience stores including Cumberland Farms, Certified Oil, Fastrac, Kwik Shop, Loaf N’ Jug, Minit Mart, Quik Shop, Sprint Food Stores, Tom Thumb and Turkey Hill.

On December 20, members of EG America leadership presented a check to Coleman Yee, DAV’s third junior vice commander and marine veteran, in a ceremony at EG America headquarters. Attending from EG America were Acting President Caroline Taitelbaum, director of talent acquisition and member of the EG Military Affinity Group Kieran Carr, Director of Corporate Services Dan McNally and Bradstreet.

EG Group employs many former military personnel nationally including McNally and Bradstreet, both of whom are veterans, having served in the Air Force and Marines, respectively.