SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – To help fight hunger this holiday season, Google made a donation of more than $1.3 million to Food for Bay Area Families.
Google’s donation is the largest single amount given to Food for Bay Area Families in the 13 years KPIX 5 has been involved in the program.
Alan Eustace, Google’s Senior Vice President of Knowledge, presented the check to Tami Cardenas of Second Harvest Food Bank during KPIX 5 News at 6 p.m. Tuesday night.
You can also participate in Food for Bay Area Families. Stop by any Whole Foods Market and drop healthy non-perishable foods in the bin. Customers also have the option to buy a “pantry stocker” at the register for $10, $5, $1 or any other amount for donation.
On Wednesday, December 10th, Whole Foods Market locations in San Francisco will be participating in a 5% day benefitting Food…
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