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KeyBank Foundation awards $10K to Food Bank

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From left: Tamar Jacobson, senior manager of corporate engagement and events for the Food Bank for Westchester; Joe Markey, KeyBank market president; Rodney Bolden, KeyBank Key@Work relationship manager; and Karen Crane, KeyBank senior communications manager.

Food Bank for Westchester has been awarded a $10,000 grant from KeyBank Foundation to help fight hunger in Westchester County. The funds will provide 23,800 meals for children, families, and seniors.  

Leslie Gordon, president and CEO of the food bank, said, “We believe that access to healthy food is a basic right for all people and we are so glad that partners like KeyBank understand the importance of our work.”

“At KeyBank, supporting our communities is at the core of our company’s culture,” said Joseph F. Markey, KeyBank’s market president for the Hudson Valley/Metro New York market.

In 2017, Food Bank for Westchester worked with more than 300 organizations to provide food for more than eight million meals in the county. 

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