SAN ANTONIO — To help communities impacted by the coronavirus, H-E-B is helping Texans by donating meals to multiple food banks across the state, including the San Antonio Food Bank.

In total, H-E-B will deliver 24 truckloads of food to various food-banks throughout Texas. This donation will provide half a million meals to 13 different food banks.

"With this gift, H-E-B is working in tandem with Texas food banks to provide relief to some of our most vulnerable neighbors: children, seniors and low-income families," the company says.

This isn't the first time the company has donated to those in need; last year, the program donated 32 million pounds of food to families, approximately 25 million meals. 

“We are grateful to H-E-B for its support. Together we will ensure no Texan goes hungry during this public health crisis,” said Celia Cole, Feeding Texas CEO. 

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At H-E-B, our top priority is taking care of Texas. As the threat of coronavirus impacts our communities, we are sure of one thing: we will do our part to help our fellow Texans. H-E-B will make an initial $3 million commitment to support local organizations helping people most in need and working hard to combat the spread of coronavirus.