Gift supports North Texas Food Bank’s ongoing response to increased community need

The CFO Suite announced it donated $30,000 to the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) to support hunger relief efforts across North Texas and provide nutritious meals to community members experiencing hunger and food insecurity.

The gift provided 60,000 meals to North Texans in need as the community continues to feel the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the donation was originally intended to sponsor events, The CFO Suite recognized the growing demand for NTFB services and reallocated the funds to help the organization meet its most urgent needs. 

The North Texas Food Bank is addressing the increased need daily through its robust network of more than 200 Partner Agencies and its own Pandemic Mobile Pantry Distributions. The agency has distributed more than 63 million meals since the onset of the pandemic. 

“Philanthropy is a core component of The CFO Suite’s culture, and we are proud to support the work of the North Texas Food Bank as it responds to the unprecedented hunger needs in our community right now,” said Brett Lawson, Founder and CEO of The CFO Suite. “With 1 in 5 North Texans struggling with food insecurity, The CFO Suite remains dedicated to fighting hunger and helping communities thrive.”

“We are committed to enhancing the communities where our employees and clients work and live through financial support and employee involvement.”

“We are so grateful for the support of companies like The CFO Suite,” said Erica Yaeger, Chief External Affairs Officer for the North Texas Food Bank. “Our mission is to bridge the hunger gap in North Texas and provide children, adults and seniors a hunger-free future. Corporate partners are a critical component of our efforts and we could not meet the growing demand for our services without their trust, collaboration and generosity.”

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