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AT&T Donates More Than $80,000 to The LA Regional Food Bank

AT&T Donates More Than $80,000 to The LA Regional Food Bank

AT&T Donates more than $80,000 to the LA Regional Food Bank to support our efforts to meet the record level of demand during COVID-19 crisis

The effects of the COVID-19 are being felt near and far, and the work of organizations like ours has never been so important. As the needs in our community rise, we have been able to do more because we have help from our partners. Contributions to our work have been essential to our ability to scale our efforts and continue serving those in need.

With AT&T’s support of $81,667, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is able to provide meals to those who are in need of food assistance throughout Los Angeles County.

Across the state, AT&T California has contributed more than $3.5 million to community-based organizations that are providing relief to residents from under-served communities, front line health workers, public safety groups and small businesses that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“AT&T is committed to making a difference for those who have been so affected by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Rhonda Johnson, President-AT&T California. “Our dedicated employees at AT&T are working around the clock to keep our customers connected to their families, friends and colleagues. This giving effort is one more way that our employees are supporting our local communities.”

We’re grateful to be part of AT&T’s COVID-19 giving to frontline organizations throughout California addressing social and human services, distance learning, and public safety.

This woman is helping thousands of families who need food assistance.

Posted by ATTN: on Monday, May 18, 2020

Together, #WeFeedLA

An estimated 2 million people in LA County live with food insecurity – making it the largest food insecure population in the country. The pandemic is exasperating those already at risk.

The Food Bank typically serves 300,000 clients on a monthly basis, and that number has surged to since the pandemic began. Any donation of any amount is appreciated as we continue to fight hunger during this unprecedented time.

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