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Riverbed supports San Francisco Food Bank

Posted by bobegilbert on February 10, 2011


In San Francisco alone, 197,000 people struggle each day to feed themselves and their families. 237,000 is the number of people who live at or below 185% of the federal poverty line in San Francisco and Marin – $33,873 per year for a family of three. It's at this income level that children are eligible for Free and Reduced Price Meals and families are eligible for WIC. Very often, these families lack the resources to provide enough food to consistently nourish themselves.

To assist with the effort, San Francisco-based Riverbed Technology recently donated a $25,000 check.  This money is in addition to the ongoing support provided by Riverbed employees as they donate their own money and volunteer their time to help feed the needy.

Here is a clip of Riverbed CEO Jerry Kennelly being interviewed by CBS news.



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