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Bank of Texas helps get Shift Done for North Texas

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Food insecurity has increased 250% with the COVID-19 crisis, millions of hospitality workers have been laid off or furloughed, and with the shelter-in-place mandates affecting volunteerism for local nonprofits, the North Texas community is being hurt in ways never seen before, the Bank of Texas said in a news release.
As a result, the bank said it will contribute $100,000 to Communities Foundation of Texas in direct support of Get Shift Done in North Texas.
Communities Foundation of Texas launched Get Shift Done for North Texas March 18 (

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