WELLSBORO – C&N not too long ago acknowledge native companies for his or her help of our Giving Again, Giving Collectively program, supporting the meals banks within the space.
Every year, thorough their Giving Again, Giving Collectively (GBGT) program, C&N companions with native organizations to help completely different causes. Lately, GBGT turned its focus to combating starvation.
Hundreds of thousands of individuals now face monetary pressure because of the financial impacts related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many are actually counting on meals banks for sustenance. As shopper demand has positioned constraints on provide chains, fewer donations are reaching the meals banks, inflicting uncertainty for individuals who depend upon them.
To make issues worse, lots of the volunteers who pack and distribute meals are seniors who’re notably weak to the coronavirus. Meals banks want our assist now greater than ever.
Lately, C&N reached out to native enterprise leaders to affix the struggle. By the help of the companies under, the meals banks in our group will be capable of present a further 63,000 meals.
· Beiter’s Dwelling Middle in Williamsport
· Campbell Trucking, Inc. in Galeton
· Keystone Friction Hinge Co. in South Williamsport
· Strong Floor Providers in Troy
· St Peter & Paul Church in Towanda
· Tanglewood Tenting in Covington
· Valley Power in Sayre
· Ward MFG in Blossburg
· Younger Industries in Muncy