Oswego Health Food Drive Benefits United Way

12/28/2017

Oswego Health Food Drive Benefits United WayOswego, NY – Marion Ciciarelli, senior director of Communications for Oswego Health (c) presents United Way Resource Development Director Ali McGrath (l) and Campaign Associate Kay Duguay (r) with a food donation from Oswego Health.  “We hold a food drive each year for the United Way food pantries,” said Ciciarelli. “Our employees have always been very generous in giving back to their community.” Employees at the Oswego Hospital, Fulton Medical Center, and The Manor at Seneca Hill all contributed. The United Way will distribute the food to local food pantries. In addition to the United Way donation, employees at Oswego Health’s Central Square Medical Center collected food for its local food pantry at St. Bernadette’s Church.

SUNY Oswego Supports United Way

12/21/2017

SUNY Oswego Supports United WayOswego, NY – Representatives from the United Way of Greater Oswego County, and Human Concerns met with members of the SUNY Oswego SEFA United Way Campaign Committee and the SUNY Oswego Men’s and Women’s Lakers ice hockey teams to accept several boxes filled with non-perishable food items and toys. The items were collected the first weekend of December at both Men’s and Women’s hockey games.

We extend our sincerest thanks to everyone that donated food and toys,” said United Way Resource Development Director Ali McGrath. “SEFA continues to be a strong supporter of United Way. The commitment that SEFA members have to United Way and their community is commendable. It’s wonderful that our partnership with SUNY Oswego can help make the holiday season more enjoyable for families in our community.

Seated in front from left are United Way Campaign Associate Kay Dugauy, Ali McGrath, Mary Kay Donovan with Human Concerns, and United Way Executive Director Patrick Dewine.

SUNY Oswego Supports United Way

12/14/2017

SUNY Oswego Supports United WayOswego, NY –  Representatives from the United Way of Greater Oswego County, and Human Concerns met with members of the SUNY Oswego SEFA United Way Campaign Committee and the SUNY Oswego Men’s and Women’s Lakers ice hockey teams to accept several boxes filled with non-perishable food items and toys. The items were collected the first weekend of December at both Men’s and Women’s hockey games.

“We extend our sincerest thanks to everyone that donated food and toys,” said United Way Resource Development Director Ali McGrath.  Seated in front from left are United Way Campaign Associate Kay Dugauy, Ali McGrath, Mary Kay Donovan with Human Concerns, and United Way Executive Director Patrick Dewine.