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The creative ways the area’s largest hunger-relief organization is meeting the needs of its community
The Houston Food Bank mobilizes workers from the community to safely distribute a million pounds of food a day.
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When tourism took a pause in Florida, Feeding Tampa Bay stepped up its work of helping feed those in need.
As the nation’s largest food rescue operation, City Harvest turns to new sources to meet the needs of hungry New Yorkers.
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.
Second Harvest is bridging the hunger gap in Florida by serving nearly 500,000 people annually.
As a global company we have the ability — and a responsibility — to help meet various needs in the communities we serve.
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.
Feeding America, with support from Bank of America, is helping provide food to people in need.