DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - To mark a 20th anniversary, a health care company made 20 donations in 20 cities of $20,000.
Dayton's Foodbank was one of the recipients.
Advocare is a health care company based in Texas, but workers are excited to help the Miami Valley.
"To see that we are able to have an impact on the Dayton community, our donation is going to feed 150,000. That's just incredible," said Shannon Varvel, Advocare.
Advocare made a total of $400,000 contributions to foodbanks across the country.
The Dayton foodbank is now looking forward to the USPS's Stamp out Hunger campaign to help restock it's shelves.
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