HOUSTON – Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS) announced today it made a corporate donation to the Houston Food Bank. The gift, made on behalf of CAMS employees, supports a local non-profit that offers a critical lifeline to some of the most vulnerable members of the greater Houston community.
“Our communities continue to suffer the impact of COVID-19,” said CAMS COO Greg Bobrow. “As we look to a brighter future, our company shares a sense of responsibility to assist. This gift supports a non-profit that continues to provide essential services despite the challenges of 2020.”
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an increased need for food assistance in Southeast Texas communities. CAMS’ donation helps provide 30,000 meals to families in need. The Houston Food Bank is the area’s largest hunger-relief distribution agency.
“On behalf of CAMS, we would like to extend our personal and genuine appreciation to the Houston Food Bank and all its volunteers who have worked tirelessly to serve those in need during these challenging times,” said Bobrow.
“Thank you so much for this generous donation,” said Yolanda Webb, Strategic Gifts Officer of Houston Food Bank. “We are so proud that we can count on leaders like CAMS in our community to stand up and make a difference. This gift is so valuable and truly making a difference for so many in need of food and hope right now.”