Morgan Stanley Foundation Announces $8 Million Grant to Feeding America to Address Child Hunger

$8 million will support establishment or expansion of child and family feeding programs over four years

Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) today announced a grant of $8 million over four years to Feeding America® in support of programs that help address child hunger and improve equitable access to food among children and underserved populations. Since 2009, Morgan Stanley’s funding for Feeding America has totaled more than $50 million, helping to deliver more than 356 million meals to children and families. Additionally, Morgan Stanley employees have volunteered more than 130,000 hours for Feeding America food banks across the U.S.

“The Morgan Stanley Foundation has supported the Feeding America network of food banks for 15 years and counting as part of our core value of giving back and our longstanding commitment to children’s health,” said Joan Steinberg, Morgan Stanley’s Global Head of Philanthropy and President of the Morgan Stanley Foundation. “We are proud to build upon this partnership and continue to fund innovative solutions that reach communities across the country at risk of food insecurity.”

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