May 2, 2019

West Penn Power’s State College employees donated $1,240 to three local food pantries and provided $600 in FirstEnergy matching funds for a total giving impact of $1,840. In addition, they distributed 32 pounds of food.

State College’s H4H committee (l.-r.): front row, Melanie Corl and Tammy Conway; back row, Joleen Hindman, Seth Miller and Tony Wess.

Mon Power’s Gassaway Service Center employees donated more than $700 to the Mountaineer Food Bank in Gassaway, W.Va., as part of the H4H campaign.

L.-r.: John Norman, Debbie Lemon, Chad Morrison (Mountaineer Food Bank), Bill Lunceford and Dale Keplinger.

JCP&L employees raised nearly $24,000 for H4H. Funds were donated to 16 foodbanks and food pantries in their service area.

Some of our generous employees include (l.-r.): front row, Judy Glover, Earleen Agbayani and Vivian Martinez (Fulfill Foodbank); back row, Bill Kwasnicki, Ashley Whitehead, Bernadette Hagan, Kathy Moore and Kristine Alfund. Not in photo: Courtney Donaldson (Holmdel H4H team leader) and Elaine Vincent (JCP&L H4H coordinator).

Members of the Reading Pottsville Pike H4H Planning Committee packed food boxes as part of a team building event at the Greater Berks Food Bank.

L.-r.: Kasey Martin, Jenn Rivera, Kim Scaffidi, Wesley Moyer, Stacy Fountain and Zachary Nicholas.