Hearts were full recently when Arvest Bank associates joined volunteers of Hungry Hearts Feeding Ministry kitchen in Lawton, Okla. to deliver a $2,500 grant check on behalf of the Arvest Foundation.

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“We are so grateful to be chosen by the Arvest Foundation for this donation,” said Founder and President Adriene Davis. “It’s because of amazing community support like this that we are able to feed 200 to 300 people a day and make a difference in the fight against food insecurity.”

Trust Officer Maria Meredith, Human Resources Manager Liz Day and Business Banking Manager Angela Spradlin from Arvest Bank presented the check to Hungry Hearts representatives Chuck Jolly, Barbara Hammer, Rebecca Zamarripa, Lisa Marshall and Keshonna Davis-Graham.

“We are pleased to present this donation on behalf of the Arvest Foundation to ensure the mission of Hungry Hearts Feeding Ministry can continue,” Spradlin said. “This organization, completely ran by volunteers, provides an essential resource for our elderly, homeless and veteran population. We are happy to play a small part in helping put a stop to the pain of hunger.”