Mayor Dyer will recognize two outstanding organizations: Amerigroup Florida and Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. District Five Commissioner Regina I. Hill will introduce Rosy Cozad, President & CEO of Amerigroup Florida Plan and Dave Krepcho, President & CEO of Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida for a brief summary of each organizations commitment to fight hunger in District Five. Afterwards, Mayor Dyer will take a photo with District Five Commissioner Regina I. Hill and the leaders of each organization.
Amerigroup Florida’s philanthropy is focused solely on meeting the health care needs of financially vulnerable Americans. Through charitable contributions and programs, The Foundation promotes the inherent commitment of WellPoint to be America’s valued health partner by supporting strategic initiatives that aim to create a healthier generation of Americans.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is a private, not-for-profit organization that collects, stores and distributes donated food to more than 550 feeding partners in Central Florida. Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida’s Mission to fight hunger in Central Florida beings with: providing access to food and other grocery products to meet the need, promoting and supporting the development of their partner agencies’ ability to fulfill their missions, mobilizing leaders and communities by bringing visibility to the invisible problem of hunger and poverty, and developing more holistic and county- specific solutions to hunger in Central Florida.
Locally, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida and Amerigroup Florida have partnered through the work of District Five Commissioner Regina Hill to support financially vulnerable residents of District Five. Additionally, Amerigroup Florida has presented a $6,000 donation to Second Harvest of Central Florida which converts to $54,000 in food supplies to continue efforts to fight hunger and support financially vulnerable residents in the community.