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4 days ago

Spano Foundation

In 2017 we fed 10 families. In 2018 we fed 35 families. Last year we fed 67 families! This year we need your help more than ever. Many have been laid off of work and are struggling due to the pandemic. The Boo Squad is once again asking for your help. If you or your employer would like to adopt a family at Thanksgiving, please comment below how many families you would like to adopt. The "adoption" would require a $25 cash donation for the Turkey and all of the items listed below. This would provide one family a full Thanksgiving meal. Please consider helping. Please share this post as well. All donations due by Sunday, November 15th. 🦃❤🧡 ...

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6 days ago

Spano Foundation

Want an easy way to give to a foundation and make an #impact in a community of your choice...Check out the @spanofoundation #helpingpeopleineneed #establishafund

Ways to Give – The Anthony V. Spano Foundation spanofoundation.com/give/ways-to-give/
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Want an easy way to give to a foundation and make an #impact in a community of your choice...Check out the @spanofoundation. #helpingpeopleineneed #establishafund

Ways to Give – The Anthony V. Spano Foundation https://spanofoundation.com/give/ways-to-give/

📣 New Podcast! "Episode #34-Dr. Heather Hrina Medvec, Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice and the Boo Squad & Kids Group" on @Spreaker #anthony #boo #fondation #foundation #group #groups #heather #medvec #need #spanning #spano #squad #the #v https://www.spreaker.com/user/anthonyvspano/anthony-spanos-spanningtheneed-34-dr-hea?autoplay=1

Join the many great individuals/groups that have instilled the #SpanoFoundation with its trust. When you come on board with the Spano Foundation to donate or establish a fund, you’ll be matched with a team of individuals/organizations with the same goal..

https://www.spanofoundation.com

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The 2019 President Volunteer Service Award Winners were handed out by Brenda Rider on December 7 to Cheryl Altizer, Janet Rogers & Julie McAllister Vugrinovich. “It’s very important to continue the tradition and recognize the kindness of others. So many volunteers work quietly to make a difference and the PVSA honors just that,” stated Brenda Rider. The Spano Foundation will be the sponsored organization for this award moving forward.

More info about the award can be found at www.spanofoundation.com/pvsa

On January 23, the Spano Foundation in partnership with Staples Stores dropped off schools supplies to the Niles Intermediate School in Trumbull County (3-5 grades- Niles City School District) from it’s School Supplies Fund. These supplies will serve over 100 children in the school. More info on the fund click here.