The San Antonio Food Bank has continued its mission to ensure no one is hungry on their watch. Their work it tireless and requires much support in the form of volunteers and donations.
The San Antonio Spurs and Spurs Give offer both.
Eric Cooper, President and CEO of the S. A. Food Bank posted this on social media.
We kicked off #NationalVolunteerWeek a little early with a mega @safoodbank distribution last week!— Spurs Give (@SpursGive) April 20, 2021
Together, we can help make a difference for our family, the San Antonio community. #SpursFamily https://t.co/W4sA56xfAA
“A tremendous thank you to Spurs Give who donated $100,000 to the #SAFoodBank to support getting meals/food for our kids and families most in need. Rain or shine this contribution helped us feed 2300 individuals at the AT&T Center.”
Throughout the pandemic, the AT&T Center has served the community, even when the facility was unable to host sporting and entertainment events.
This was not the first food drive. Spurs Give and the San Antonio Food Bank continue to partner in hopes of feeding all who are struggling through these pandemic times.
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