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September 21, 2018

St. Luke Health Services Staff Come Together To Support Food Bank Of Central New York


Pictured taking part in the St. Luke “Dress Down Day” in support of the Food Bank of Central New York, are event organizers (left to right) Michelle Smith, RN; Heather Mellen, Human Resources Coordinator and Elizabeth Nesbitt, RN, collecting canned food donations. For a donation, St. Luke staff was able to wear their favorite pair of blue jeans to work for the day, with all canned goods going to the Food Bank’s local affiliate the Human Concerns Center in Oswego.

Pictured taking part in the St. Luke “Dress Down Day” in support of the Food Bank of Central New York, are event organizers (left to right) Michelle Smith, RN; Heather Mellen, Human Resources Coordinator and Elizabeth Nesbitt, RN, collecting canned food donations. For a donation, St. Luke staff was able to wear their favorite pair of blue jeans to work for the day, with all canned goods going to the Food Bank’s local affiliate the Human Concerns Center in Oswego.

Staff at St. Luke Health Services held a canned food drive recently to benefit the Food Bank of Central New York and affiliate, the Human Concerns Center in Oswego.

For a donation of canned goods, St. Luke staff was able to “dress down” and wear their favorite pair of blue jeans to work for the day and support the Food Bank of Central New York’s local affiliate, The Human Concerns Center in Oswego.

“I am appreciative of the wonderful show of support by or staff on behalf of the Food Bank,” said Elizabeth Nesbitt, RN, one of the event organizers. “We felt that the Food Bank was an appropriate organization to support, particularly at this time of year.”

The donations will be made a part of the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEAP), which provides commodity foods, meats, vegetables and fruits to the Food Bank for food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters that provide food assistance to those in need.

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