HOPE seeks volunteers to deliver holiday food boxes – The Oakland Press

Bank of America recently celebrated its annual “Day of Giving,” and announced that it awarded more than $3.6 million in community giving grants in 2022, to 64 Metro Detroit area nonprofits.

Overall this year, Bank of America Corporation contributed more than $6.6 million to Michigan through grants, investments, sponsorships and engagements, according to a press release.

Among the Oakland County-based nonprofits that received grant awards are:

• Catholic Charities of Southeasts Michigan – Southfield

• Chaldean American Ladies of Charity – Troy

• Forgotten Harvest – Oak Park

• Jewish Vocational School and Community Workshop

• Michigan Humane Society – Bingham Farms

• Midnight Golf Program – Bingham Farms

• SAY Detroit – Southfield

• Salvation Army – Southfield

• South Oakland Shelter – Pontiac

• Habitat for Humanity International – Pontiac

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• New Era Community Group – Commerce Township

For more information, visit www.bankofamerica.com.

Focus: HOPE is looking for volunteers to help deliver holiday food boxes

Focus: HOPE needs 400 volunteers to help distribute holiday food boxes, Dec. 17, to 1,400 seniors in the organization’s Food for Seniors program as part of the annual Senior Holiday Food Delivery Program . Participants are pre-selected from the Food for Senior program. Each family-style holiday meal box includes turkey and ingredients to feed up to 6 people. Those interested in volunteering to deliver boxes, call 313-494-4270 or email [email protected]

For more information, visit www.focushope.edu/programs/food-for-seniors.


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