Ivanka Announces Another $1.5 Billion For Farmers To Families Food Box Program Amid Pandemic

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Ivanka Trump announced that another $1.5 billion in funding would be going to the Farmers to Families Food Box program amid the pandemic.

“Today, our Farmers to Families Food Box program will roll out Round 5 adding $1.5 Billion of new funding,” the first daughter captioned her post on Instagram, along with several pictures from various food distribution events throughout the year. (RELATED: Ivanka Turns Heads In Gorgeous Yellow Plaid Skirt Suit)

“Created to [feed] hungry Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic, F2F has fed over 3.3 Billion nutritious, locally-sourced meals from America’s small farms to families in need,” she added.


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“I am grateful to POTUS, the team at USDA and everyone involved in helping us stand up this impactful program,” the first daughter continued. (RELATED: Celebrate Melania’s Birthday With Her Greatest Looks As First Lady [SLIDESHOW])

In a tweet earlier this year, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said, “nearly 70 million boxes of produce have been delivered to support American farmers and families thanks to @SecretarySonny and @IvankaTrump!”

Throughout the year, distribution of food was overseen across the country in places like Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C. and North Carolina.


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