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With Tourism-Related Jobs on Pause, Food Needs Rise

As tourism takes a pause in Florida and rising unemployment heightens food insecurity, Feeding Tampa Bay answers the call to help 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 is turning 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

The Regional Food Bank of Northeastern NY is hiring unemployed workers to provide food and essentials to those in need across the region.

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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.

IN THE NEWS: Hot meals and jobs for local communities
Hot meals and jobs for local communities

World Central Kitchen is supporting communities across the U.S. by helping out of work chefs do what they do best: feed those in need.

 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.

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Paying it forward because no one should ever go hungry

Merrill Financial Advisor John Yambao gives to the Houston Food Bank as a way of paying it forward.