SYRACUSE, NY – G&C Foods recently donated $15,000 to the North Area Family YMCA in Liverpool and $20,000 to the Fulton Family YMCA, continuing its support of families and children in need in our neighborhoods.
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“G&C is a true partner of the YMCA,” said Lisa Pachmayer, executive director of the North Area Family YMCA. “Their support over the years has made it possible to serve more people and provide more services in our community.”
G&C Foods, located in Van Buren, is a food service redistributor, delivering a wide selection of products to clients throughout the Northeast.
Their contributions to the YMCA over the years have made a variety of capital improvements to the Fulton Family YMCA possible, as well as providing camper scholarships, childcare support, and membership to children and families in need at the North Area Family YMCA.
Additionally, their support has helped people participating in the Y’s cancer survivor programming to help them stay healthy and strong through their treatment.