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Raytheon, an RTX Business, Provides LA Regional Food Bank with a $60,000 Grant

Raytheon, an RTX Business, Provides LA Regional Food Bank with a $60,000 Grant

The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has received a grant of $60,000 from Raytheon, an RTX business. This funding will support our critical hunger relief programs across Los Angeles County. With this support, we can continue fighting hunger and providing essential resources to food-insecure communities.

The $60,000 will allow the Food Bank and our partners to continue providing nutritious meals and essential resources to those facing food insecurity. Each dollar donated to the LA Regional Food Bank helps provide healthy meals to those in need. With this grant, we can make a tangible difference in the lives of the estimated two million food-insecure individuals, families, children and older adults of LA County.

The partnership between the LA Regional Food Bank and Raytheon, an RTX business, is a testament to the power of collaboration in addressing the growing problem of food insecurity in LA County. 

Additionally, RTX provided $102,679 to the LA Regional Food Bank through the expansion of its commitment and $3 million investment to Feeding America’s Equitable Food Access and Military Hunger Advocacy initiatives, supporting the communities most in need, including military families. The funding was distributed to select food banks across the U.S. and the funding amount for each food bank was based on need.

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“We are thrilled to receive this $60,000 grant from Raytheon Technologies. Their support will have a profound impact on our ability to combat hunger and provide essential resources to food-insecure communities in Los Angeles County. With their partnership, we can reach even more individuals and families in need, working toward our vision that no one goes hungry. We are grateful for Raytheon’s commitment to creating a hunger-free community and their belief in our mission,” said LA Regional Food Bank President and CEO, Michael Flood.

The LA Regional Food Bank thanks Raytheon for their continued, invaluable help and support through 2-3 volunteer events at the Food Bank with about 150 volunteers each year over 23 years. We are proud to partner with Raytheon and their commitment to creating a hunger-free community. Together, we can make a lasting impact on the lives of individuals and families facing food insecurity.

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