Walt Disney World donating excess food to Second Harvest Food Bank during coronavirus closure
To help others in Central Florida during this time of uncertainty, Walt Disney World Resort will donate excess food inventory to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida during its temporary coronavirus (COVID-19) closure.
Excess food inventory to be donated will include items like fresh salads, greens, and cooked hot items as part of the ongoing Disney Harvest program, first launched in 1991.
“Second Harvest Food Bank is known for their vital work addressing critical food needs in Central Florida, and we know the important role we play in helping to bring meaningful solutions to our community in times of great need,” said Tajiana Ancora-Brown, director of external affairs for Walt Disney World Resort.
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