Bank of America provides funding for 2 million diapers to needy NYC families
Bank of America has donated $300,000 to help Good+Foundation provide diapers to low-income families in New York City impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
The donation will allow the organization to distribute approximately two million diapers through its network of 30 grantee partners across all five boroughs.
"Good+Foundation has been our long-time partner and is cementing its place as a reliable resource New Yorkers can count on, especially in times of uncertainty and necessity," said Anne Walker, Bank of America New York City Market President.
Jessica Seinfeld, wife of actor Jerry Seinfeld, is the founder and president of Good+Foundation.
Founded in 2001, Good+Foundation distributes $6 million worth of goods annually, including diapers, cribs, high chairs and strollers through its network.
Grantees include home visiting programs like Nurse-Family Partnership, family preservation programs including the Center for Family Representation and fatherhood programs like CUNY Fatherhood Academy, Forestdale Strong Fathers and STRIVE.