Bank of America Employee Volunteers Help Family Pantry of Cape Cod

Rendered assistance during post-Thanksgiving re-stocking...
Bank of America employees help out with inventory management at The Family Pantry of Cape Cod, following the Thanksgiving rush. (BofA photo)

Volunteers from Bank of America visited The Family Pantry of Cape Cod on December 4th to help sort inventory and restock the shelves, following the Thanksgiving rush at the pantry.

The Family Pantry is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the less fortunate by providing food to the needy.

Bank of America encourages its employees to assist with a variety of causes that strengthen communities through volunteerism. Volunteer efforts also help the employee develop skills such as leadership and team building. The bank provides paid time off for volunteerism as a way to support employees as they seek to make a difference in the causes that matter most to them.


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