Second Harvest Community Food Bank Blog
Second Harvest Participating in Feinstein Challenge
For the 16 consecutive year, Alan Shawn Feinstein, intends to support hunger fighting charitable organizations nationwide with a challenge grant of $1 million.
Mr. Feinstein hopes that this proposed challenge will help raise many more funds this March and April.
You can help Second Harvest Community Food Bank take part in the Feinstein Challenge. The more donations Second Harvest receives from March 1 to April 30 the more of Feinstein’s million dollars we may get.
Only donations or pledges received from March 1 to April 30 will be counted for the Feinstein challenge. These donations include monetary as well as in-kind charitable gifts, such as food items (valued at $1.00 per item or pound) or pledges.
Be the solution and help Second Harvest take part in the Feinstein Challenge.
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