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Bank of America gives Northwest Harvest in Kent a boost

Bank of America volunteers packaged food at the Northwest Harvest Kent facility and presented a check to provide more than 60,000 meals for local individuals and families in need. - Courtesy photo
Bank of America volunteers packaged food at the Northwest Harvest Kent facility and presented a check to provide more than 60,000 meals for local individuals and families in need.
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Bank of America volunteers recently presented more than $16,000 to Northwest Harvest in Kent, which will provide more than 60,000 meals for families and individuals in Washington.

The funding is a result of a B of A grant recognizing hunger as a critical need in the community, as well as fundraising from local employees.

To top it off, volunteers took a three-hour shift packaging food at the organization's Kent facility.

To learn more or to help join the fight against hunger, please visit www.northwestharvest.org.

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