James M. Cox Foundation Donates $50,000 to New Orleans Food Banks

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NEW ORLEANS – Cox Communications and Cox Automotive said they are working together to help feed families in the New Orleans area through contributions to Second Harvest Food Bank and Giving Hope Inc. Each organization is receiving $25,000 from the James M. Cox Foundation. 

The James M. Cox Foundation is the charitable arm of Cox Enterprises and the parent company of Cox Communications and Cox Automotive. The foundation announced two $25,000 donations to support local people in need in communities where Cox employees live and work. This donation marks more than $100,000 given to New Orleans area food banks since the start of the pandemic. 

“We are proud to support the Second Harvest Food Bank and Giving Hope Inc.,” said Kevin Monroe, Cox Communications vice president for the New Orleans market. “As the pandemic continues, finding access to nutritious food can be challenging. These children, working families and senior citizens need our help now, more than ever.” 

For more information on how to receive meals from Second Harvest Food Bank, visit https://no-hunger.org/social-servicesbenefits-helpline/ or call 211. For more information on how to donate to help people in need, visit https://no-hunger.org/ways-give/.  For more information on Giving Hope, visit www.givinghopenola.org or call (504) 940-1592. To help this organization, visit https://givinghopenola.org/donate.

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