There's a way to lend a hand - and since Walgreens was founded in 1901, the company and its employees have recognized the connection between strong communities and good business.
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To help keep the Walgreens retail network connected to the neighborhoods it serves, the company created the Community Leader position.
"Life is local," says executive vice president of operations and community management Mark Wagner. "We need those community leaders to be an active part of their neighborhood by joining the PTA or getting to know the city council."
More than 1,420 Community Leaders identify and create local events each year. From toy drives, to fundraising walks, to informing neighbors about the importance of protecting themselves from the flu, Walgreens is building upon its long-standing tradition of community pharmacy.