BBJ: Bank of America’s Hunt Valley office helps supply 4,400 meals to vulnerable residents

While the majority of Bank of America employees are working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic, the bank is utilizing the cafeteria of its over 300,000-square-foot Hunt Valley office to help provide 4,400 meals this month to those in need.

Bank of America, and its cafeteria meal vendor Compass, went to County Executive John A. Olszewski, Jr.’s office to see how they could support Baltimore County’s increased need for meals.

Starting in June and continuing throughout the summer, the Community Assistance Network (CAN) of Baltimore County and Franciscan Center of Baltimore each collect 100 pre-made meals, 5-days a week and distribute them to neighbors in need through each organizations’ network of emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, and food pantries.

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Source: Baltimore Business Journal