Yale group offering free rides to local grocery stores this weekend

New Haven

A group at Yale is trying to help regular Stop & Shop customers who can’t get to another grocery store. 

The Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project is offering free rides to local stores for people in need this weekend.

Related: Businesses in the same plazas as Stop & Shop also take hits from strike

The group will be shuttling people Saturday through Tuesday.

If you want to sign up for a ride, use their Google form here.

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