Michigan's grocery store, Meijer, participated in a milk challenge on Monday created to give families healthy choices when it comes to beverages.
Meijer, Michigan Lt. Governor Brian Calley, Greater Lansing Food Bank, and the Ingham County Health Department took part the challenge by donating 100 gallons of milk and $2500 to the food bank.
A check was presented Monday morning at the East Lansing Meijer store.
Then the milk was delivered to the Greater Lansing Food Bank shortly after.
The #10GallonChallenge started on social media. It encourages individuals or organizations to buy 10 gallons of milk and then donate it to a local food bank or pantry.
Just search #10GallonChallenge on Twitter and see how many people and organizations are taking part.
Just received this picture from @PeopleInNeedInc in Delaware, Ohio. This was the day that started it all and I am still in awe of what the #10GallonChallenge has become! Thanks to all that have taken part to make a difference!