Memphis Express Volunteers at San Antonio Food Bank
The San Antonio Food Bank helps feed around 58,000 individuals a week and on Sunday morning, The Alliance of American Football contributed its time to that cause.
Players from the Memphis Express, Orlando Apollos and Arizona Hotshots used their day off to help feed those in need, a joint effort to better the San Antonio community.
The San Antonio Food Bank assigned the players to pack as many boxes as they can in a two-hour timeframe. At the end of the day, the players packed 1,002 boxes of food, which came out to 23,246 meals.
The Food Bank works with more than 500 client service agencies to feed the 16 counties that make up the Southwest Texas area. Just last year alone, more than 70 million pounds of food and groceries were made throughout the program.
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