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What does DBFB stand for?

DBFB stands for Daily Bread Food Bank (Florida)

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Biebs has also donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Toronto's Daily Bread Food Bank and Children's Wish Foundation, and Whitney Elementary School in Las Vegas, where more than half the students are homeless.
The Children's Home Society, Daily Bread Food Bank, Miami Children's Hospital Foundation/Dan Marino Center and University of Miami/Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center were recognized for their contributions to the South Florida community at the Riverside Hotel during the first annual Rachlin planned giving program luncheon.
Metropolitan Area's largest, public nonprofit food and nutrition resource -- Daily Bread Food Bank, which is a not-for-profit organization, which empowers other South Florida not-for-profit organizations to feed needy people and improve their lives -- Food Bank For New York City, which is the city's major hunger-relief organization working to end food poverty and increase access to affordable, nutritious food for low-income New Yorkers throughout the five boroughs -- Philabundance, which has a network of more than 600 agencies in the region that provide meals and foodstuffs to the 900,000 low-income residents in the Delaware Valley.
Metropolitan Area's largest, public nonprofit food and nutrition resource -- Daily Bread Food Bank, which is a not-for-profit organization, which empowers other South Florida not-for-profit organizations to feed needy people and improve their lives -- Food Bank for New York City, which is the city's major hunger-relief organization working to end food poverty and increase access to affordable, nutritious food for low-income New Yorkers throughout the five boroughs -- Philabundance, which has a network of more than 600 agencies in the region that provide meals and foodstuffs to the 900,000 low-income residents in the Delaware Valley.