Pictured are members of the Cavalier Boys Basketball Team from the St. Marys Catholic Middle School as they helped out at Project Gifts on Monday Evening.
This energetic group of helpers from the Senior Class at Elk County Catholic High School helped us sort and wrap toys on Monday at Project Gifts. They were accompanied by Jill Struble, and are pictured here with Project Gifts President Bob Roberts and Betsy Roberts.
Pictured are Bob Roberts, and Vern Kreckel III. of Project Gifts for Elk County presenting a Thank You Certificate to John Salter owner of The River 98.9 WQKY of Emporium and St. Marys. The River 98.9 has been providing first class PR to Project Gifts for many years. Project Gifts is very grateful for their long and continued friendship with John and The River!
Recently Project Gifts for Elk County received a donation from the Troia Social Club. Pictured is Tom McCullough, Joe Daghir, and Bo Cappiello representing the Troia Social Club, along with Bob Roberts and Chris Gray from Project Gifts. The generous donation is greatly appreciated, and will be put to good use in Project Gifts mission to provide some Christmas cheer to many deserving children in Elk County this year!
Pictured is Rick Taylor, Dave Carter, and Lana Vendur they represent the Legion, VVA, and other service groups. Also pictured is Trooper Scott Garverick PSP, Bob Roberts President PGFEC, and Don Wilhelm Chairman of the Board PGFEC.
Toy Collection season is in full swing, this past Friday November 16th, Project Gifts was presented with a donation exceeding $11,000. The organizations and businesses participating include: American Legion Post 511, St. Marys Legion Post 103, Dinsmore Welding and Fabrication, Horton / Brockway Lioness Club, Fox Twp Lioness Club, Rebco Inc, Horton / Brockway Lions Club, SinterFire Inc., Sons of the American Legion 511, Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 720, Kersey Council 6252 Knights of Columbus, Elco Sintered Alloy, American Legion Post 511, Butter Churn, Fox Twp Lions, James Doran, Rick’s Used Auto Parts, Cathy Steinbiser, Universal Machine Rebuilders LLC, Advantage Metal Powders Inc, Sally Caskey, Fox Twp Fire Department, and an anonymous donor.
This collection along with the 34 other scheduled collections through the County will enable Project Gifts to complete our mission of helping less fortunate Children at Christmas and other times of need.
The distribution will be on Saturday December 15th in Ridgway from 9AM-10AM, St. Marys 11AM-12PM, and Johnsonburg 1PM-2PM.
We, the board of directors, are most grateful for this generous donation.
Recently Project Gifts for Elk County received a grant from the Ridgway Borough Chairtable fund. Pictured is Vern Kreckel III. secretary of Project Gifts, Mary Jane Oknefski of the Ridgway Borough Chairtable Fund, and Bob Roberts President of Project Gifts.
Project Gifts for Elk County greatly appreciates the grant, and the funds will be put to good use, as the organization will help many area children in need this coming Christmas season.