City Bank brings in extra donations for U Can Share Food Drive - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

City Bank brings in extra donations for U Can Share Food Drive

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The extended U Can Share food drive wrapped up Friday with an additional 30,000 pounds of food and an additional $10,000 dollars.

The food drive was scheduled to end earlier this month, but when it fell short of its goal City Bank decided to pitch in.

After making a hefty donation, the bank challenged other businesses and residents to get involved.

For more than two weeks now, City Bank has been taking monetary and food donations at all of their branches.

City Bank President/CEO Cory Newsom said, "This is one of the basic necessities of life, providing food to members of our community, so we knew we had to help."

City Bank presented these donations to the food bank on Friday.

The drive still fell short of their goal, but the South Plains Food Bank is always taking donations. You can find more information or donate online at http://www.spfb.org/.

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