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WFXG helps raise money for Golden Harvest Food Bank

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AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Bank of America and Golden Harvest Food Bank are teaming up to help feed those in need.

As part of the Feeding America network, Golden Harvest Food Bank will participate in the 2013 Give a Meal campaign.

Bank of America will triple donations made to Golden Harvest Food Bank on Nov. 18. The minimum donation amount to qualify for the tripling is $5, and the maximum donation amount per individual will be $1,000.

"Bank of America is giving us the ability to touch three times the number of lives we can with your donation," said Travis McNeal, Executive Director of Golden Harvest. "For example, one donation of $1,000 would become $3,000, which turns into $23,640 worth of food distributed."

Join WFXG Fox 54 News at Ten on Nov. 14 and help us raise money for Golden Harvest. We'll be hosting a special show to help collect pledges for Golden Harvest.

You can also submit a pledge now by visiting www.goldenharvest.org or calling 706-736-1199. Donations must be made by credit or debit card.

Copyright 2013 WFXG. All rights reserved.

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