Batavia, New York- Employees at Genesee Community College once again demonstrated their generous spirit with donations that went beyond expectations during the annual United Way fund drive. Pledges from GCC employees totaled more than $20,000!
Money raised during the two-week campaign provides valuable resources the United Way of Genesee County uses to make a demonstrable difference in solving and preventing the area’s most critical social problems. Donors can designate funds to a particular group or agency, or allow it to be pooled with other donations to help member agencies such as All Babies Cherished, the Salvation Army and HomeCare and Hospice provide needed programs and assistance.
Students also had a hand in the generous donation with their annual Ducky Derby. In the month of March, the students’ pool-side fund raiser collected more than $2,000 by selling numbered rubber ducks that were placed in GCC’s pool for a special “race” via a current created by members of the College’s swim team, which helped bring the total raised by GCC to $20,102.
To learn more about the United Way of Genesee, visit: http://www.uwgeneseecounty.org/.
A photograph of the GCC United Way Campaign members is available at:
GCC United Way Campaign members : (front row along railing) Patty Hume, Chris Fix, Anne Feary; (middle row) GCC Cougar and campaign chairwoman Gina Weaver; (back row) Barbara Shine, GCC President Dr. James Sunser, Robert Knipe and John McGowan.
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