JD Bank Donates $100,000 in the Local Community
JD Bank will be donating $100,000 for food shortages in local communities. They realize there is a growing need due to food shortages in the communities they serve. JD Bank will be working through the Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana.
With this method, JD Bank will be able to support 46 food pantries, meal programs, and residential shelters in Calcasieu, Evangeline, Iberia, Jeff Davis, Lafayette, and St. Landry Parishes, in addition to Second Harvest's COVID-19 response and emergency food distribution efforts.
The donations to Second Harvest will be allocated as follows: Calcasieu Parish will receive $35,000, Evangeline Parish will receive $12,500, Iberia Parish will receive $10,000, Jeff Davis will receive $15,000, Lafayette Parish will receive $10,000 and St. Landry Parish will receive $10,000.
JD Bank will also make a $7,500 contribution to support the Shepard's Pantry at St. Philip Neri Church in Kinder. Second Harvest has seen a 40% increase in the need for emergency food assistance, and JD Bank has dedicated themselves to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.