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Lowcountry Food Bank receives $20K in additional funding from Bank of America

WCIV Charleston logo WCIV Charleston 6/29/2022 Matt Dillane
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Bank of America continues to assist the Lowcountry Food Bank (LCFB) with the nonprofit's mission of addressing food insecurity in the region!

On Wednesday, LCFB announced the latest round of support from the bank, which came in the form of a $20,000 grant.

"Bank of America is committed to driving change for good and eliminating barriers like hunger that drive inequality and create disparities. Our support aims to address a critical need and provide access – especially for children – to nutritious food," said Mark Munn, president, Bank of America Charleston/Hilton Head. "Our longstanding partnership with the Lowcountry Food Bank helps support our neighbors who face hunger in coastal South Carolina and offers our employees the opportunity to engage in the community and become part of the solution."

 "We greatly appreciate Bank of America's longstanding dedication to help strengthen the communities it serves here in the Lowcountry," said Nick Osborne, Lowcountry Food Bank President and CEO. "Their efforts ensure that children, individuals and families who face hunger can enjoy healthy food and thrive, as the pandemic continues to present challenges to our neighbors who experience hunger."

This latest grant brings the bank's total commitment to LCFB to $45,000 for 2022.

Additionally, around 200 Bank of America and Merrill Lynch teammates sponsored and packed 500 Lowcountry Food Bank BackPack Buddies bags in June.

To learn more about supporting LCFB, click here.

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