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Food Bank Thank You! Golden Crescent Food Bank of the Golden Crescent on Track for Success Thanks to Union Pacific Grant The Humana Foundation Donates to the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent Through a commitment from The Humana Foundation, the Food The Food Bank of the Golden Crescent is Humana the proud recipient of a $5,000 Union Pacific Railroad Community Ties Giving Program grant. This generous contribution will help us meet the increasing demand of our service area due to the impact of COVID-19 on food security and nutrition. We are already experi- UNION PACIFIC Bank of the Golden Crescent is honored to announce it received Foundation s0 alan to ad pandemie response and help us continue to serve our community. With these BUILDING AMERICA encing a 64% increase in pounds of food dis- funds from the Foundation, we are better positioned to respond to communities tributed compared to last year, so this support that need us and recover and rebuild from this crisis. is needed now more than ever. "The Humana Foundation understands the far-reaching strain the pandemic has placed on many organizations working on the frontlines to provide healthcare, Union Pacific's Community Ties Giving Program provides small- and me- dium-sized grants that align with the railroad's priority cause areas in safety, food and employment for those disproportionality affected by the COVID-19 workforce development and community spaces. health crisis, and our aim is to remove barriers and help them respond, recover and rebuild," said Walter D. Woods, Chief Executive Officer of The Humana "Every community has its own unique needs in responding to the pandemic" Foundation. "Our intention with this commitment is to not only help pro- said Ivan Jaime, Union Pacific Sr. Director of Public Affairs. "By investing in high-quality nonprofits and programs such as the Food Bank of the Golden achievement and long-term community resilience" Crescent, we can directly help those impacted, providing the assistance they The Humana Foundation's gift is part of its historic April 30 announcement to need to recover." vide immediate crisis relief, but also serve as a catalyst in building sustainable commit $50 million to coronavirus relief and recovery efforts to a select group of organizations supporting essential workers, food security, behavioral health and local communities. The Food Bank will use these funds to meet the in- The Food Bank of the Golden Crescent is grateful for the donation from Union Pacific's grant program that will help us address the increased demand for basic food needs in the communities that we serve. Their support is much-needed creasing demand in our service area and continue its mission of "helping heal and helps us put food on the table for those affected by the pandemic. the hurt of hunger." The Food Bank of the Golden Crescent would like to thank all who have supported us and our hunger relief efforts during these difficult times. We would not be able to continue our mission of "helping heal the hurt of hunger" without the help of our donors and volunteers. Your generous support benefits the food bank as well as the food pantries, soup kitchens, etc. in our 11-county service area. 361-578-0591 tfbgc.org 3809 E. Rio Grande St, Victoria, TX 77901 Food Bank Thank You! Golden Crescent Food Bank of the Golden Crescent on Track for Success Thanks to Union Pacific Grant The Humana Foundation Donates to the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent Through a commitment from The Humana Foundation, the Food The Food Bank of the Golden Crescent is Humana the proud recipient of a $5,000 Union Pacific Railroad Community Ties Giving Program grant. This generous contribution will help us meet the increasing demand of our service area due to the impact of COVID-19 on food security and nutrition. We are already experi- UNION PACIFIC Bank of the Golden Crescent is honored to announce it received Foundation s0 alan to ad pandemie response and help us continue to serve our community. With these BUILDING AMERICA encing a 64% increase in pounds of food dis- funds from the Foundation, we are better positioned to respond to communities tributed compared to last year, so this support that need us and recover and rebuild from this crisis. is needed now more than ever. "The Humana Foundation understands the far-reaching strain the pandemic has placed on many organizations working on the frontlines to provide healthcare, Union Pacific's Community Ties Giving Program provides small- and me- dium-sized grants that align with the railroad's priority cause areas in safety, food and employment for those disproportionality affected by the COVID-19 workforce development and community spaces. health crisis, and our aim is to remove barriers and help them respond, recover and rebuild," said Walter D. Woods, Chief Executive Officer of The Humana "Every community has its own unique needs in responding to the pandemic" Foundation. "Our intention with this commitment is to not only help pro- said Ivan Jaime, Union Pacific Sr. Director of Public Affairs. "By investing in high-quality nonprofits and programs such as the Food Bank of the Golden achievement and long-term community resilience" Crescent, we can directly help those impacted, providing the assistance they The Humana Foundation's gift is part of its historic April 30 announcement to need to recover." vide immediate crisis relief, but also serve as a catalyst in building sustainable commit $50 million to coronavirus relief and recovery efforts to a select group of organizations supporting essential workers, food security, behavioral health and local communities. The Food Bank will use these funds to meet the in- The Food Bank of the Golden Crescent is grateful for the donation from Union Pacific's grant program that will help us address the increased demand for basic food needs in the communities that we serve. Their support is much-needed creasing demand in our service area and continue its mission of "helping heal and helps us put food on the table for those affected by the pandemic. the hurt of hunger." The Food Bank of the Golden Crescent would like to thank all who have supported us and our hunger relief efforts during these difficult times. We would not be able to continue our mission of "helping heal the hurt of hunger" without the help of our donors and volunteers. Your generous support benefits the food bank as well as the food pantries, soup kitchens, etc. in our 11-county service area. 361-578-0591 tfbgc.org 3809 E. Rio Grande St, Victoria, TX 77901