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ANNUAL

REPORT

2016


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Last year, Westmoreland County Food Bank faced many obstacles in the fight against hunger.

Contents 2

support and revenue

3 mission 4 vision 5

expense/budget breakdown

6 achievements/accreditations 9

special events

10

partner agencies

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valued volunteers

16 contributors 20

leave a legacy

ANNUAL REPORT

21 staff

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It began in the midst of a statewide budget stalemate. And while our organization fared better than others, it was not without a struggle to maintain services to the 16,500 individuals that turned to us for help. While 2016 presented many challenges, I am pleased

serve our less fortunate neighbors. With this in mind, our

to report that the Food Bank made meaningful strides

employees, our board, and myself, as well as the thousands

in the pursuit of our mission. During this time, the

we serve each month, offer to you our sincere thanks.

organization increased services to food insecure persons

You may never meet the people you have served or see the

with the expansion of the weekend Backpack Program

true impact you have made in someone’s life, but please know

to serve 33 additional children at the start of the school

that you have made Westmoreland County a better place to

year. Additionally, the Food Bank launched the Military

live for those who fight the terrible plight of food insecurity

Share Program through a newly formed partnership with the

on a daily basis. Again, God bless you and thank you for

Pennsylvania National Guard Family Assistance Center.

your continued support!

This program aided 63 military families comprised of 179 individuals in need of food. Finally, we introduced the Fill a Glass with Hope campaign by distributing nearly 6,000 units of fresh fluid milk at many of our local pantries delivering essential nutrients to food

Board of Directors

insecure households through-

Marcia L. Kubas

out the community.

Chairman

Brenda Batenburg Vice-Chairman

As 2016 closed with much

Matthew C. Rigo

uncertainty throughout the

Treasurer

Judith M. Morrison Secretary

Sr. Lyn Marie Dwyer Ronald E. Eberhardt Ellen Katter Kelly King Gwen Lewton

Kris M. Douglas, MBA Chief Executive Officer

nation, we pressed on and prepared for another year. We have become more reliant on individual, corporate, and foundation giving, rather than traditional funding streams

Shujuane L. Martin

that continued to diminish.

Wallace N. Tobin

We have also called upon

Jeffrey Trout

our volunteers to help us

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financials E F

D

C

A

B

Support & Revenue A

Grants & Contracts:

$ 1,529,759.00

B

Donated Food:

$ 8,361,568.00

C

Contributions (Other):

$ 15,400.00

D

Corporate & Individual Donations:

$ 1,788,242.00

E

Donations (other):

$ 1,000.00

F Revenue Shared Maintenance: $ 187.00 Interest Income:

$ 690.00

Rental Income:

$ 176.00

Other Income:

$ 16,153.00

Salvage Income:

$ 5,343.00

Trucking Income:

$ 47,260.00

Membership Fees:

$

$ 1,000.00

Gain on Sale of Assets:

Total Revenue

Total Support & Revenue

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5,971.00

$ 76,780.00 $ 11,772,749.00


MISSIO N

Our Mission is to enable all Westmoreland County residents who are hungry or at risk of hunger to have ready access to food.

ANNUAL REPORT


VISION

ANNUAL REPORT

To end hunger in Westmoreland County.


financials

H

I

G

Expense

J

G

Program Services:

$ 11,307,681.00

H

Management & General:

$ 198,648.00

I

Fundraising:

$ 368,503.00

Total Expenses

$ 11,874,832.00

K

Budget Breakdown J

Management & Fundraising:

K

Programs:

5%

95%

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achievements /accreditations

Association of International Bakers (AIB)

Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO)

Charity Navigator

The Westmoreland County Food Bank

The Westmoreland County Food

coveted four-star rating from

maintains the private standards for

Bank has continued to uphold

good manufacturing practices and

PANO’s Standards for Excellence

In 2016, the Westmoreland County Food Bank maintained the highlyCharity Navigator, America’s largest

®

independent charity evaluator.

food safety programs as set forth by the American Institute of Baking,

Charity Navigator’s rating system known as AIB International. The Food Bank has been recognized by AIB for complying with these industry guidelines and achieving an excellent rating of 945 out of 1,000 for the 2015 review. This accomplishment is a testament to WCFB’s superior safe food handling practices, sanitary working conditions, and food safety training for employees.

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which are based on fundamental values such as honesty, integrity, fairness, respect, trust, responsibility, and accountability—all central aspects to operating a transparent and effective nonprofit organization. Attaining this accreditation proves that the Food Bank serves the community and operates in a highly ethical and respectable manner.

assesses the financial health and accountability, as well transparency among charitable organizations. Achieving this recognition validates the work of WCFB and demonstrates the organization’s commitment to mission.


Total pounds of charitable food distributed


SCOUTING FOR FOO D – FOOD DR IVE

35 500 Donated over:

,

pounds of food

ANNUAL REPORT

Total pounds of food collected from food drives


special events

EMPTY BOWL

WALMART FIGHT HUNGER. SPARK CHANGE.

DAY OF GIVING

Raised:

Raised more than:

Raised:

100% volunteer driven even

6 Walmart stores and Sam’s Club

11TH ANNUAL TURKEY CUP CHALLENGE

WEST PENN POWER HARVEST FOR HUNGER

STAMP OUT HUNGER – NATIONAL LETTER CARRIERS FOOD DRIVE

Raised:

Raised:

Donated a record:

13,586.10 $39,900.00 $25,637.69

$

29,239.37

$

In the last 11 years raised $323,763.69 8 schools participated

10,996.54

$

Donated 1,403 pounds of food Annual event

91,952 pounds of food

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partner agencies American Red Cross of Chestnut Ridge, Greensburg / Tessie Amaranto

Hope Memorial Lutheran Church Food Pantry, Smithton / Agnes Magnone

Blackburn Center, Greensburg / Catherine Reeves

Howard International Ministries Food Pantry, New Kensington / Barbara Howard

Charter Oak United Methodist Church Food Pantry, Greensburg / Betsy Hunt Christian Laymen Corps Food Pantry, Greensburg / Pat Labeka Cornerstone Ministries Food Pantry, Murrysville / Pastor Mark Thomas Derry Food Pantry / Terri Forsha Family Services of Western PA-DAS, New Kensington / Stacey Oden First Evangelical Lutheran Church Food Pantry, Greensburg / Terry & Charla Keffer First Evangelical Lutheran Church-Food From the Heart Community Meal, Greensburg / Bobbi Laciak First Presbyterian Church Food Pantry, Jeannette / Nancy Peters First United Methodist Church Food Pantry, Greensburg / Janet Campbell First United Methodist Church Food Pantry, Irwin / Missy & Jason Davis First United Methodist Church Food Pantry, New Kensington / Edith Johnson Gate of Heaven Church of God Food Pantry, Monessen / Ruth Bass & Marvin Davis Grace United Church of Christ Food Pantry, Jeannette / Pat Baltich Greater Latrobe Ministerial Association Food Pantry / Lisa Troupe Holy Family Catholic Church Community Meal Program, Latrobe / Kelly King

Jeannette JAYS Afterschool Program / Penny Turner Laurel Mountain Food Pantry, Donegal / Lynne Donnelly Laurel Valley Area Food Pantry, New Florence / Ingrid Murphy Ligonier Valley Association of Churches Food Pantry, Rector / Donna Kiser Manor Food Pantry / Ed Anthony Mother of Sorrows Food Pantry, Murrysville / Dennis Zolkos Mount Lebanon United Methodist Church Food Pantry, Tarrs / Bobbi Bell Mt. Pleasant Church of God – His Hands Community Meal / Susan Willis Mt. Pleasant Church of God Food Pantry Pat Zelmore & Marie Frena

Mount St. Peters Food Pantry, New Kensington / Maria Guzzo Mount Zion Baptist Church Food Pantry, West Newton / Min. James Kirkland & David Smith New Stanton United Methodist Church Food Pantry Joyce Omlor

Our Lady of Grace/St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry, Greensburg / Sally Cowell Outside In School of Experiential Education, Inc., Bolivar / Jamie Lorelli Parentwise Program of Family Services of Western PA, Greensburg / Julie Cawoski Pleasant Unity United Methodist Church Food Pantry Candy Hoffer

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Rostraver Food Pantry / Richard Currie

Threshold, Inc., Greensburg / Jean Wigle

Schooner Food Pantry, Monessen / Pastor John Custer

Try Life Center, Lower Burrell / Patti Samuels

Scottdale Area Association of Churches Food Pantry

United Presbyterian Church Food Pantry, New Kensington / Andrea Guido

Richard Means

Sheep, Inc., Arnold / Shannon Santucci-Davis St. Agnes/St. Elizabeth Ann Seton/St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry, North Huntingdon / Brenda Wilker

Welcome Home Shelter Connect, Inc., Greensburg / Lisa Lombardo West Place Clubhouse, Greensburg / Joe Stonebraker

St. Ambrose/St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry, Avonmore / Lynnette Bevilacqua

Westmoreland Community Action Food Pantry, Greensburg / Jennifer Kemerer

St. Edwards Food Pantry, Herminie / Jim Smith

YMCA Early Childhood Learning Center, Greensburg / Jennifer D’Angelo

St. George Orthodox Catholic Church Food Pantry, New Kensington / Dayna Namey

Youngwood Food Pantry / Judy Wilson

St. James/St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry, Apollo / Terri Trinclisti St. John’s United Church of Christ Food Pantry, Larimer / Nancy Goodish St. Margaret Mary Church Food Pantry, Lower Burrell / Larry & Rosalie Kupec Step-Up Drop-In Center, Latrobe / Martina Kaufman The Salvation Army Meal Program, Greensburg / Major Vanessa Fullwood The Salvation Army Food Pantry, Jeannette / Major Kathleen Waddell The Salvation Army Meal Program, Latrobe / Captain Jennifer Blessing The Salvation Army Food Pantry and Meal Program, Monessen / Captain Sue Thwaite The Salvation Army Food Pantry and Meal Program, New Kensington / Donna McLaughlin The Salvation Army Food Pantry, Vandergrift / Mary Ann Domiano

Pantry sites

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The Union Mission, Latrobe / Dan Carney

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63 MI L I TARY SHARE PROG R AM

CO M M O DITY S UPPL EM ENTA L FO O D PR O GR AM

1373 ,

456 179 552 67 6 441 733 17092 3127 low-income seniors aided with

,

military familes comprised of

individuals served

total pounds of food

SU M M ER F OOD SERVIC E PROG RAM

O PER ATIO N FR ES H EX PR ES S

,

disadvantaged children aided with

,

meals at 16 locations in Westmoreland County

pounds of food provided to

,

households


valued volunteers AAUW

Becca Brubaker

Lale Dahinden

Beverly Frye

Achieva

Noah Brunell

Chrystal L. D’angelo

Madison Frye

Acme Provider

Jacob Bruno

Daughters of the Advent

Jeffrey B Frye, Jr.

Nick Adams and Family

Kent and Julia Buckley-Ess

Hailey Davis

Jeffrey Frye, Sr.

Adelphoi- Benet Home

Ronald Bungard

Hunter Davis

FSWP-Core

Adelphoi VillageAlliance House

Adam and Cherise Burau

Shirley Davis

FSWP-Maverick

Chris Burford

Kelsey Dawson

FSWP-Olive Branch

David Burke

Deluzio & Company

Mallory Gamblin

Lelia T. Burke

DeMase

Samuel Garthwaite

Anna Mary Canada

Derry Food Pantry

Gateway Health

Joseph Canada

Susie Douglas

Craig George

Cindy Capuano

Elisabeth Duran

Tyrus George

Michael Carey

Janet Durstine

Christine Gibas

Thomas Carter

Sr. Lyn Marie Dwyer

Hallie Gilbert

Carl and Rita Catalano

Phil Eades

Chloe Gillott

Dan Cesare

Ronald Eberhardt

Girl Scouts

Charter Oak United Methodist

April Edwards

Carol Graham

Olivia Egnor

Andrew Graziani

Cathy Egnor

Greater Latrobe Key Club

Jerome Eidemiller

Greensburg Central Catholic High School

Adelphoi Village-Colony Adelphoi-Hartford Heights Emily Ahlstrom Allegheny Alumni Rachel Allison Austin Altman Ameriprise Financial Aaron Anderson Garison Andolina Sandra Andre Amy L Apel Apollo-Ridge HS ARC of Westmoreland AT&T Neelam, Jagjet and Ram Bajaj Patricia Banko Russ Banner Kim Barnes Sharon Bass Brenda Batenburg Heidi Baughman Bayer Health Care Barbara M. Benedetti Bert and Vicky Bertolina Betchel Plant Machinery Inc Terrance and Yvonne Blair Ian Bodner Alina and Sadie Boehme Veronica Bonfanti Joan Bowser Boy Scouts Ellen Briggs

Christ Lutheran Church Youth Group Christ’s Church Youth Group

Mirabella Eliyas

Cigna Health Care

Elaine J. Ellery

Cintas Corporation

Episcopal ChurchChurch of the Advent

Tony Cinti Citizens Bank City of Greensburg Lois Clark Cameron Clark Clearview FCU Clelian Heights Clelian Heights ATF Sam Cline Richard and Jane Clohessy Susan Cole Paige Coleman Theresa Colosimo Marty Colosimo Community Options Rodrigo Cooper CORE/Giving Tree Bill and Beverly Courtney Crossroads School

Erie Insurance Excela Health Zachary Faff Malia Faff Faith UMC Youth Group Christina E. Falcon Family Service Core Family Services of Western PA

Greensburg Post Office Greensburg Salem High School Joseph Grieco Tania Gromoll Maria Guzzo Mackenzie Hamilton Katie Handy Emily Hardy Steven M. Harenchar Star Harris Andrew Harrold

Keith Faulk

Ray Hartman

Fed Ex

Emiko Hartung

Leslie Felt

Harvest Bible Chapel

William Firestone

Anita and Anjali Hattangody

First Energy

Joseph Hayden

Sandra K. Fisher

Greg Hebrank

Dalton Francik

Hempfield Area High School

Franklin Regional Alumni, Retirees and Friends

Hempfield Autistic Support

Franklin Regional High School Marie Frena

Hempfield School District Highmark

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valued volunteers Lylah O’Donnell Donna O’Donnell Outside In Amy Owens Michael & Barbara Palazzolo LeAnn Partsch Michele Pasternak Paula Teacher & Associates Crista Pearson Penn Pals Child Care

Morgan Hoffer

Carrie Larese

Alexis Meeker

Laurie Hoffer

Phil LaRusse

Poonam Mehrotra

Candise Hoffer

Nancy Laskoski

Brittany Michel

Daniel Hoffman

Latrobe Legends

Tina Hoffman

Leaders Now International

Ben, Austin and Charleen Midlik

Hannah Hoffman

Lisa Levine

Sasha Hoffman

Gwen Lewton

Susan Hois

Hunter Lias

Home Depot

Life Spring Christian Church

House of Representatives

Alicia Lint

Insurance Services

Linton Middle School

Andrew Jarusinsky

Thomas Lobaugh

David and Jolanta Motkowski

PNC Bank

Bill Jenkins

Tiffany Long

Jordan Moza

Norm and Esther Johnson

Marlane Lord

Alyssa Muchaney

Hannah Powell

Juvenile Probation of Westmoreland County

Jen Mac Intosh

Barb Mull

Esdan Kaplan

Jennifer Macintosh

Murrysville Lions

Ronald and Elanea Puzak, Jr

Amber Macura

Sandy Myers

Quicken Loans

Macy’s

Linda M Nace

Eric Rankin

Ian and Becky Magness

Patricia, Calli and Alessandra Neil

Lisa Repko

Joel and Donna Nemec

Kristen Robbibaro

Ellen Katter Carol Keenan Sandra Keller Kennametal Young Engineers Ray King Kiwanis Club Division 8 Kiwanis/Black Valley Activists Katja Kochvar Gerry Kolleda Patricia Konesky Peter and Megan Konkol Martha Koval Patricia Kravetsky Korri Kregecz Steve Kruth Dan Kunkel

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Mainline Rehab Associates Michael R Marino Marie Marisette Donald and Patricia Marshall James Paul Martir Cindy Matson Sandra May James Mazak Deborah Mazak Danyal Mc Call Thomas and Kim McGuire Grace McAteer Josh McCabe Heather McElhattan

Sherry Miller Matt Miller Lauren Moore Chris Morris MOS Mother Theresa Outreach

Annie Neurohr Newlonsburg Presbyterian NHS AIM NHS Autism School Herminie Lerionka Nkukuu Erik Nordby Norwin High School Norwin Middle School Norwin Rotary Norwin School District Barb Novak Landon O’Donnell

Penn Residential, Inc Penn Trafford High School Penn Zion Lutheran Joyce Petrina Janet Pfeiffer Philips Respironics PHSD PICPA Pitt Greensburg (OACS) Pitt-Greensburg Poke Run Presbyterian Pressley Ridge School

Irene Ridilla Robin Ross S & T Bank Debbie Scarpitti Lisa Schambura Robert and Will Schumacher Robert Seaman Senator Don White Senator Kim Ward Seton Hill Physician Assistant Program Seton Hill University Lynette Shaffer Beth Sherman


Matt Sherman

Scott and Renee Swarm

John and Debra Wallace

Diana Shoff

Kristen Tapper

Nancy Wallace

Linda Sich

Target Corp

Robert Walters

Siemens Industries, Inc

The Citadel

Gabrielle Walton

James Silvestri

The Kiski School

Anthony Wano

Abby Sklencar

The Union Mission

Jennifer Warner-Roote

Aimee Slatosky

William Thomas

David Slusarick

Thrivent Financial For Lutherans

WCCC Reach Out Christian Club

Jean Smarto Jacob Smith Betty Soloweigh Spectrum Charter School

White Valley Amvets Post 85 Roger Williams Joe and Joshua Williams Covey Wise WIU Homes Woodforest National Bank Janet Woody

Week of Hope

Word of Life Church

Tynan Tinley

West Hempfield Presbyterian

Bill Wroblesk

TJ Maxx

West Newton Boro

Barbara Yates

Wallace Tobin

Westmoreland Case Management Services, Inc.

Jackie and Lena Yuhas

Westmoreland Christian Academy

Nicholas Yuhas William, Shirley and Jillian Zachar

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Westmoreland Community Federal Credit Union Westmoreland County Community College

Patricia Zelmore

Tracey and Holly Zimmerman Dillon Zoldash

Katie Whisner

St John the Baptist de La Salle St John United Church of Christ Food Pantry

Janet Totin Jacob and Tammy Traczynski Union Mission United Health Care

St Paul Lutheran Church

UPG OACS

St Sebastian School

UPS

St Vincent College

Valley Community Service

St Vincent dePaul

Valley High School

St. Vincent CollegeBearcat Best

Jesse Vargo

Ryan Stanton State Representative Mike Reese Roger, Rev Steiner Erica Stocker-Angelino Joyce Sukay Molly Sumner

Bill and Kathleen Varner Leo Vensel Christine Vensel Mel and Cindy Veverka Kathleen G. Viselli WACTC Bryan Wagner

Volunteer Hours

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095

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contributors Corporate, Organizations, and Foundations over $1,000 ABB, Inc.

Glasser Family Foundation, Inc.

Allegheny Foundation

Greensburg – E. Hempfield Lions Club

ATA Black Belt Academy

Greensburg Salem High School

Bayer Corporation

Harrold Zion Evangelical Lutheran

BNY Mellon

Health Alliance for Non-Profits

BNY Mellon Community Partnership

Heritage Elementary PTO

Carpenter Latrobe Specialty Metals

Heritage Elementary School

Charter Oak United Methodist

Hunger-Free Pennsylvania

Cleveland Brother Equipment Co.

Huntington Ingallis Industries, Inc.

Concordia Lutheran Ministries

Insurance Services LLC

Covington Investment Advisors, Inc.

Irwin Business & Professional Association

Delmont Apple ‘N Arts Festival, Inc.

Jack Buncher Foundation

Delmont Lions Club Foundation

Jacobs Family Foundation

Delmont Presbyterian Church

Jerome Foundation

Diocese of Greensburg

JustGive

Dominion Foundation

K of C 1480 Foundation

Dominion Resources, Inc.

Katherine Mabis McKenna Foundation

Eat ’n Park

Kennametal Foundation

Eden Hall Foundation

Kiwanis Club of McKeesport

Emerson

Levin Furniture

Empty Bowl

Lulu A. Pool Trust

EQT Foundation

Make A Difference Foundation

Excela Health Employee Charitable Trust Fund

Menasha Corporation

Excela Health Respect & Recognition

Merrill Lynch – Bank of America

Feeding America

Mother of Sorrows Outreach

Feeding Pennsylvania

Mt. Pleasant Junior High School

First Commonwealth Advisors

Murrysville Social Committee

First Evangelical Lutheran Church

National Association of Letter Carriers

Franklin Regional Kids Helping Kids

New Alexandria Lions Club, Inc.

Friends Who Count

Newlonsburg Elementary School

Gary W. Beckley Associates, Inc.

Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church

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Units* of fresh fluid milk distributed ANNUAL REPORT

*quarts, ½ gallons, and/or gallons


contributors Corporate, Organizations, and Foundations over $1,000 Norwin Education Association

St. Edward Roman Catholic Church

Norwin High School

St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Store

Norwin High School French Club

Standard Charitable Foundation

Norwin Teachers Federal Credit Union

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Old Joe Club Charities, Inc.

The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County

OMNOVA Solutions Foundation

The Intermec Foundation

Parker Hannifin Foundation

The Pittsburgh Foundation

Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

The Pugs Foundation

Pennsylvania Department of Education

The Sunoco Foundation

PICPA Foundation

Thrivent Financial Choice Dollars

Poke Run Presbyterian Church

Toyota of Greensburg

Ramsay Elementary School

Trafford Middle School

Ramsay/Rumbaugh PTO

U.S. Hardmetal Inc.

Richard King Mellon Family Foundation

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Robertshaw Foundation

United Health Group Campaign Match

Rotary Club of Greensburg

United States Department of Agriculture

S&T Bank

United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania

S.L. Gimbel Foundation

UPMC

Sam’s Club #4847

UPMC Centers for Rehab Services

Sense of Wonder Fund

Ventana USA

Sing for their Supper

Walmart – Delmont #3228

Sloan Elementary School

Walmart – Greensburg #2059

Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation

Walmart – Latrobe #2502

South Meadow Residences

Walmart – Mt. Pleasant #2611

St. Edward Church Food Pantry

Walmart Foundation West Penn Power Westinghouse Electric Company Westmoreland Association of School Retirees Workable Alternatives Foundation Yough Intermediate Middle School YourCause TE Connectivity Zelenkofske Axelrod LLC

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ANNUAL REPORT

Total pounds of donated food from Westmoreland County retail store partners


leave a legacy

of every dollar raised returned to the community in the form of aid

Consider donating today or including us in your will or estate plans for tomorrow.

As a member of the community, you are probably aware many of our neighbors are in need of emergency food for their families. You also know that this is not likely to diminish soon. In order to effectively meet this need, WCFB strives to be a strong and stable organization raising funds from multiple sources. Not only is planned giving an option for donors to consider, but it also ensures the organization is here to continue the fight against hunger for years to come. Such options include

Westmoreland County Food Bank, Inc. is a 501(c)3 charitable organizations, contributions to which are tax-deductible as permitted by law. The official registration and financial information of Westmoreland County Food Bank, Inc. may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free within Pennsylvania 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

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bequests, cash and securities, insurance tools, charitable gift annuities and more. To learn more about how your planned gift can help advance the mission of Westmoreland County Food Bank contact us at 1-800-462-2080.


We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.

Staff ADMINISTRATION

OPERATIONS

Kris M. Douglas, MBA

Jennifer Miller

Kevin Povich

Gina Colosimo

Deana Pastor

Bryan Adams

Randee Eberhardt

Texie Waddell

Kelly Campbell

Michelle Gray

Louise Wilhelm

Alan Ferguson

Chief Executive Officer Program Coordinator Director of Finance Receptionist/Data Entry Specialist

Michelle Heller

Director of Programs

Lauren Hill

Director of Technology Services Director of Agency Relations Volunteer & Food Drive Coordinator

Director of Operations Warehouse/Driver Customer Service Specialist Warehouse/Driver

Dave Ferrante

Warehouse Manager

Travis Horne

Warehouse/Driver

Dave Kline

Maintenance & Sanitation Manager

Bob Kubic

Warehouse/Driver

Doug Miller

Warehouse Coordinator

Dave Nevala

Food Defense Coordinator – Warehouse/Driver

Ted Wassil

Warehouse/Driver

Tom Zenobi

Warehouse/Driver

ANNUAL REPORT

Agency Relations & SNAP Coordinator

Director of Development


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