SAN ANTONIO – Talk about collecting food to feed the hungry. Pictured here Security Service Federal Credit Union Communication Specialist Kathleen Johnson-Hodge (left ) and Zuani Villareal, community relations coordinator for the San Antonio Food Bank, sort through donations at the Food Bank’s warehouse. The food, which was collected during an SSFCU-sponsored drive over the holiday season, resulted in 1.5 million pounds, which is enough to make nearly 1.2 million meals or feed 60,000 people three meals a day for six months. The San Antonio Food Bank feeds more than 40,000 families each month in 16 counties in southwest Texas. SSFCU has over $3 billion in assets and serves more than 500,000 members with22 locations in South Texas and six facilities in Colorado.

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