WIC (Women, Infant, and Children) Office Moves with Help from Williams

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Pictured from left to right: Brandon Pearson, Joe Kazense, Deserae Davis, Kim Purdy, Dave Thompson, Kyle Wilkins

Pictured from left to right: Brandon Pearson, Joe Kazense, Deserae Davis, Kim Purdy, Dave Thompson, Kyle Wilkins

With an unexpected and significant rent increase looming, the WIC Office graciously accepted an offer from the Susquehanna County Literacy Program to share space at their location at 17544 S.R. 11, Suite 2, New Milford, PA 18834. Carla Mitchell, CEO of NEPA Health Center, who has oversight for the WIC program, expressed her gratitude to the fine folks at Williams for stepping up to assist them with their move which took place the end of June.

With time at a minimum, United Way of Susquehanna County staff reached out to Williams, one of their largest supporters, to assist with the relocation. Williams generously provided several employee volunteers, in addition to equipment making the move possible.

“We are extremely thankful to Williams for providing their time, talent, and resources. Their team has done so much for our community and we are very appreciative for all that they do”, said Kim Merithew, United Way of Susquehanna County, Director of Corporate and Community Giving. This is an example of community partnership at its best.