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When tourism took a pause in Florida, food needs rose

When tourism took a pause in Florida, Feeding Tampa Bay stepped up its work of helping feed those in need.

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In New York City, a leader in food assistance keeps delivering

As the nation’s largest food rescue operation, City Harvest turns to new sources to meet the needs of hungry New Yorkers.

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Getting people back to work—and helping food banks in the process

Get Shift Done is an initiative out of North Texas using a $725,000 grant from Bank of America to help unemployed restaurant workers ramp up meal production.

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Second Harvest fights hunger by serving almost 58 million meals throughout Florida every year

Second Harvest is bridging the hunger gap in Florida by serving nearly 500,000 people annually.

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Using our reach & resources to help communities in need

As a global company we have the ability — and a responsibility — to help meet various needs in the communities we serve.

 We are focusing our resources on the number one priority — looking after people. By - Brian Moynihan, CEO, Bank of America.

Supporting local communities to help address the global impact of the coronavirus

Bank of America has committed $100 million in philanthropic grants to address the impact of the coronavirus, including immediate humanitarian needs delivered by local organizations and global nonprofits.

IN THE NEWS: Meeting the growing demand for a square meal

Meeting the growing demand for a square meal

Feeding America, with support from Bank of America, is helping provide food to people in need.