blundered into a PR debacle when a store put out a charity bin for donations to Walmart's own employees.
A group pressing Walmart to raise hours and pay for Walmart employees has had lots to work with.
A Cincinnati worker set a letter
to billionaire heiress Alice Walton.
"Ms. Walton, my co-workers and I don’t want your food bins. We work hard and we don’t want your charity. We want you and your family to improve pay and hours for Walmart workers like me so that we can buy our own groceries."
Then, this morning, a replica charity bin with a message was deposited on ritzy Park Avenue in New York, near Alice Walton's $25 million condo. It's shown in the Twitter message above.