BankRI’s food drive donates $24K, brings in 2 tons of food for pantries

BANK RHODE ISLAND’S food drive this summer collected more than 4,000 pounds of food for local pantries thanks to the generosity of its customers and staff. Pictured with donated food are, from left, Stacy Levin, manager of BankRI’s Oaklawn Avenue branch in Cranston, and William Tsonos, BankRI’s CEO and president. / COURTESY BANK RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island’s annual food drive has brought in more than 4,000 pounds worth of food for local pantries to help address hunger statewide. Additionally, 14 local pantries and the Rhode Island Community Food Bank received $24,000 in funding for food acquisition. The bank’s food drive lasted from July 17 through Aug. 18,…

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