Local Food Banks To Benefit From Sanford Donation
(KVHT) – Sanford Health has donated $3 million to area food banks to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. The $3 million donation will be split across Feeding South Dakota, Great Plains Food Bank, North Country Food Bank, Second Harvest North Central Foodbank, Second Harvest Heartland, Food Bank of Siouxland, and the Food Bank of Iowa. Dr. Allison Suttle, Sanford Health senior vice president and chief medical officer said that Sanford Health has always made a commitment to invest in the communities it serves. She adds that there is a long-standing relationship between Sanford and these organizations. By giving additional donations of time and funding, Sanford can help with the elimination of hunger for those facing uncertainty during the ongoing pandemic. The donation comes the same day the United Nation’s World Food Day celebrates its 75th anniversary.
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