OSWEGO, NY – United Way Finance Director Kayla Van Fleet (left), Resource Development Director Ali McGrath and Volunteer Theresa Cooper (right) greeted the many community members that attended the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s annual Stone Soup Luncheon at St. Joseph’s Parish Center in Oswego.
Part of United Way’s impact area of ending hunger in Oswego County, the luncheon served as a fundraiser for area food pantries.
The Stone Soup Luncheon raised more than $1,300 and collected several boxes of food items.
All proceeds from the event as well as the food collected will be used to help fill the pantries’ shelves.
“It was wonderful to see the support we received from the community,” said McGrath. “Thank you to everyone that attend our luncheon, our hard working volunteers that helped prepare, serve and clean-up, and our sponsored for their generous donations; The American Foundry, Greene’s Ale House, Canale’s Restaurant, Vona’s Restaurant, The Press Box, Oswego Country Club, Bosco’s, C’ Farms, Davis Brothers, Dunkin Donuts, Kinney Drugs, Giovanni Foods, and the Oswego Lions Club.”