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“They need to know they can depend on us for the next five years of making a contribution they can use to help feed those in need.” – Cory Newsom, City Bank President

City Bank has made a special donation to the South Plains Food Bank to ensure no one across the South Plains has to go hungry. They're giving the Food Bank $25,000 a year for the next five years. That's a total donation of $125,000.

City Bank's President says this will allow the food bank to make decisions easier. City Bank President Cory Newsom said, "They need to know that they can depend on us for the next five years of making a contribution to them they can can use to help feed those who are in need."

South Plains Food Bank CEO David Weaver said, "It's this kind of commitment that City Bank and other people in our community are making that allow us to look to the future and make plans and know that once we start a program like a mobile pantry that we're not going to have to turn it off after a year, because we don't have the funding or the resources we need."