Safeway District Manager and CCF Board Member Bryan Caudle presents CCF President Tasha Museles with the We Care grant.

(COLUMBIA, MD) The Children’s Cancer Foundation, Inc. (CCF) was selected as one of several local organizations to receive a $10,000 We Care Grant from Safeway Foundation. Safeway Foundation has been a significant funder of CCF’s programs for more than 30 years.

In addition to financial support, Safeway continues to partner with CCF through committed board leadership– initially with Steve Coomes (now retired), who continues to serve on the CCF Board. Matt Boyd served from 2017 until 2020. CCF is most pleased that Bryan Caudle, District Manager at Safeway Mid-Atlantic Division joined the CCF Board of Directors this past November. CCF is honored to be among the community non-profits supported by Safeway employees.

CCF President Tasha Museles agrees. “We are truly grateful for our continued partnership with Safeway and Safeway Foundation,” she says. “In these unprecedented times, grants make a huge difference for an organization like CCF. It is community commitments like Safeway’s that make it possible for CCF to enable researchers to advance better treatments and cures for children with cancer.”

Funds received from the We Care grant will directly impact outcomes in pediatric cancer research and programs benefitting local children battling cancer. Since 1983, CCF has granted over $40 million to local researchers, facilities, and programs.

About Safeway and Safeway Foundation
Safeway in the Mid-Atlantic Division is part of Albertsons Companies (NYSE: ACI). Locally great and nationally strong, Albertsons Cos. is a leading food and drug retailer in the United States. The Mid-Atlantic Division operates Safeway stores in Maryland, Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Delaware. Safeway is committed to helping people across the country live better lives by making a meaningful difference, neighborhood by neighborhood. During 2020, Safeway and Safeway Foundation locally donated more than $5.1 million in food and financial support to help people in the areas of hunger relief, education, cancer research and treatment, programs for people with disabilities, and veterans. For more information, visit and


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