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Tenet Health Central Coast Raises Nearly $3,000 For SLO Food Bank as Part of Healthy Over Hungry® Virtual Cereal Drive

by Angela Morales on Jun 23, 2021, 22:30 PM

San Luis Obispo County, Calif. – Tenet Health Central Coast, which includes Twin Cities Community Hospital in Templeton and Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center in San Luis Obiso, is pleased to announce that it donated $2,939 to to the SLO Food Bank during its Healthy Over Hungry® Virtual Cereal Drive, which ran from June 7-14, 2021. SLO Food Bank officials said that the donation equals about 20,579 meals.

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Due to the pandemic, this year the drive was virtual and only monetary donations were requested instead of cereal boxes. The monetary donations has a tremendous impact because the SLO Food Bank can feed a family of four for two days for the same amount as the average cost of a box of cereal.

This past year has been particularly devastating for families struggling with hunger, as the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in extreme food shortages in many communities: in 2020, the SLO Food Bank distributed a record 5.1 million pounds of food to those in need, which was a 54% increase over 2019.