Stepping Up: Bank of America, Boys & Girls Clubs team up to feed local families

BANK OF AMERICA and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Rhode Island on Thursday celebrated 25,000 meals delivered to members and families since May, with meals made and donated from the bank's Lincoln call center. Pictured from left to right are Bonnie Piekarski, Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Rhode Island’s Woonsocket clubhouse init director, Pedro Alvarez, Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Rhode Island’s Woonsocket clubhouse staff and food distribution team, Jacob Murphy, Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Rhode Island’s Cumberland clubhouse staff and food distribution team and Trevor Lee, Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Rhode Island’s Cumberland teen center director and food distribution team. / COURTESY BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF NORTHERN RHODE ISLAND
LINCOLN - When the state issued stay-at-home orders, Bank of America quickly emptied out its offices, including its local call center. That meant the sprawling corporate cafeteria designed to feed the center’s 900 employees also sat empty. But not for long. The temporarily silent kitchen was brought back to life in May, with Bank of…
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