On April 25, nearly 450 business and civic leaders and community members came together to raise funds for GBFB’s hunger relief efforts. The $1,000,000 raised will provide 2,360,000 meals to those in need. This year’s event was chaired by Joshua and Amy Boger. According to Catherine D’Amato, GBFB President & CEO, the generosity of the Boston community will make a real difference to our friends, neighbors and colleagues who worry about feeding themselves and their families. “Our supporters know that food insecurity in Massachusetts hurts people of every age and background. Through their contributions, our sponsors and guests will help provide nutritious meals to those who might otherwise go hungry.” The Greater Boston Food Banquet received substantial support from presenting sponsors Amy and Joshua Boger, Event Co-Chairs, Citizens Bank, Roche Bros., Stop & Shop, and Joanna and Nigel Travis, and sustaining sponsors Bank of America, BNY Mellon, Ted, Joel and Randi Cutler, FedEx, Shaw’s, and State Street.