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Fifth Third Bank and Employees Provide More Than 2.2 Million Meals for Families Across 10 States

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Fifth Third Bank’s annual “Feeding Our Communities” initiative, held each year in May, provided more than 2.2 million meals to fight hunger across its 10-state footprint, significantly exceeding its pledge to provide 1.6 million meals this year. The meals were donated to more than 30 food organizations in honor of the Bank’s annual companywide community celebration in May, centered on “Fifth Third Day” on May 3 or 5/3.

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“We always look forward to Fifth Third Day as a way to celebrate with our employees and further demonstrate our commitment to our communities”

“We always look forward to Fifth Third Day as a way to celebrate with our employees and further demonstrate our commitment to our communities,” said Greg Carmichael, Fifth Third’s chairman, president and CEO. “This year was especially important given the impact of the pandemic among the most vulnerable, and we are grateful for the generosity of our team. Together, we have provided a total of 2.2 million meals, which represents an impressive 600,000 additional meals above our initial pledge at the beginning of May.”

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Since 1991, Fifth Third has used May 3, or as the Bank refers to it, Fifth Third Day, to recognize the contribution of its employees, to thank its valued customers and to support the community. Beginning in 2012, Fifth Third has worked to eradicate hunger through its efforts to feed our communities. This Bank initiative is part of Fifth Third’s Environmental, Social and Governance strategy aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) No. 2, Zero Hunger. For more information, see

Over the last nine years, in honor of Fifth Third Day, the Bank has provided more than 10 million meals across the Midwest and Southeast to fight hunger. While this year traditional employee volunteerism was not part of the community service during May due to the pandemic, the meals’ donation was provided by Fifth Third’s Community and Economic Development team; employee monetary donations and employee activities where time was converted into dollars to help purchase meals at organizations that work to eliminate hunger.

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