Fallon Health donates $340,000 to hunger organizations in 2022
New England Council member, Fallon Health, announced a $200,000 donation to local hunger organizations in need, bringing the organization’s total investment in the fight against hunger to $337,350 for the year.
Fallon Health has had a longstanding commitment to addressing hunger relief and strengthening local communities. Over the years, the organization has donated more than $3 million to the cause through hunger relief programs and the building and stocking of food pantries. This most recent donation will provide funds to Open Sky to support the new temporary homeless shelter at Blessed Sacrament Church in Worcester, to the United Way of Tri-County to support increased demand for its food security program, to UWTC’s three food pantries and two cafés and to support 16 food pantries across Fallon Health’s service area.
“As a leader in the fight against hunger, Fallon Health is pleased to support programs and initiatives that positively impact the health and well-being of those in the communities where we live and work,” said Todd Bailey, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Fallon Health.
The New England Council commends Fallon Health and its commitment to decreasing world hunger.
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