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SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK OF ORANGE COUNTY RECEIVES ADDITIONAL MORGAN STANLEY GRANT TO EXPAND PROGRAM DELIVERING NUTRITIOUS MEALS TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
$50,000 Grant for “School Pantry Program” Brings Total to $100,000
WHAT: The Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County today will accept a $50,000 grant from Morgan Stanley to fund its School Pantry Program, a child hunger initiative that helps to make sure low-income families have a readily accessible source of healthy and nutritious food to prepare at home.
- This is the second gift Second Harvest has received from Morgan Stanley, for a total of $100,000.
- The grant is part of the latest phase in Morgan Stanley’s more than $14 million commitment to Feeding America and its network of 200 local food banks that distribute millions of meals every year to children and families across the United States.
- Over the past three years, food banks like Second Harvest of Orange County have collectively received more than $4 million from the firm to help launch, expand and sustain critical childhood feeding programs.
- Stuart Hennessey, Assistant Complex Manager at Morgan Stanley, will present a large $50,000 check to Feeding America’s Vice President of Corporate Partnerships.
- Stuart Hennessey, Assistant Complex Manager, Morgan Stanley
- Nancy Curby, Vice President of Corporate Partnerships, Feeding America
- Nearly 30 Morgan Stanley Volunteers
- Dozens of community and Second Harvest Food Bank volunteers
June 23, 2015
12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
WHERE: 8014 Marine Way, Irvine, CA 92618
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