CHARLOTTE – Bank of America has awarded a $100,000 grant to Second Harvest Meals Bank of Metrolina.
“The $100,000 grant from Bank of America will be used towards providing food to those in need,” stated Kay Carter, CEO of Second Harvest Meals Bank of Metrolina. “We appreciate Bank of America’s generous award and continued support of the Food Bank.”
Second Harvest companions with a number of teams, together with households of kids whose faculty meals will probably be lacking throughout time of faculty closures, seniors who’re being requested to stay safely at dwelling, and people being affected by enterprise closures and cancellations. In lots of circumstances, their purchasers are hourly employees, and any discount in hours causes an amazing burden. Since mid-March, the meals bank has packed and distributed over 160,000 nutritious meals packing containers.
The grant is a part of Bank of America’s philanthropic giving efforts in native communities.
“Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina is one of the most critical organizations to ensuring opportunity for all in this region,” stated Charles Bowman, Charlotte market president for Bank of America. “In addition to our financial support, our local teammates annually contribute almost 5,000 volunteer hours. Their services mean a lot to our employees and the community as a whole.”
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