THANK YOU FOR FIGHTING HUNGER IN SOUTHWEST TEXAS!
As part of Citi Global Giving Day, Citi volunteers packaged Lentil Jambalaya bags providing over 100,000 meal servings for children for the Summer during the 4 hour event.
Provided a very gracious gift of $30,000, enabling the San Antonio Food Bank to provide 210,000 additional meals to help fight hunger in Southwest, Texas. (Citi Logo)
Costco Wholesale Corporation – $11,580 awarded through a Food Purchase grant
Awarded funding will enable the Food Bank to purchase some of the most needed food items for distribution during a time in the community when there is an increased need.
Redman Foundation – $15,000 in Gen. Ops. Support
Funding will assist the Food Bank in providing nutritious food and access to assistance for those who are underserved in Southwest Texas.
General Mills Foundation – $15,000 to support Disaster Relief efforts
The award is being used for the purchase of a scissor lift to aid in warehouse operations and prepare for future disasters.
Woodbury Foundation – $5,000 in Gen Ops. Support
Funding will enable the Food Bank to continue working towards its vision of eliminating hunger in Southwest Texas.
McKenna Legacy Foundation – $102,500 in support of New Braunfels Food Bank and Program Assistance in Comal County
Funding from McKenna will enable the Fresh and Perishables Program to continue providing immediate food assistance to clients, while the NBFB Workforce Program will further cultivate employability and job retention through education and case management. Finally, the New Braunfels Food Bank will continue to provide the communities of Guadalupe and Comal County with a unique collection of comprehensive services under one roof.
San Antonio Area Foundation – $50,000 for Children’s Meal Multiplier
The Children’s Meal Multiplier (CMM) is committed to rescuing healthful food from retailers to be redistributed to kids in the community. The Food Bank anticipates CMM will serve more than 10,000 children between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019.