Westmoreland County Food Bank ‘Day 2 Don8’ will match $5,000 gift |

Westmoreland County Food Bank ‘Day 2 Don8’ will match $5,000 gift

Dan Speicher | Tribune-Review

The Westmoreland County Food Bank is again teaming up with a Scottdale company to raise money for its food programs.

The second annual “Day 2 Don8” on Sept. 28 will allow donors to match a $5,000 challenge gift from Penn Line Service Inc.

“We are very grateful to Penn Line Service for their continued support,” said Jennifer Miller, Food Bank acting CEO. “They have been so generous through the years, and they continue to find ways to do more.”

The food bank hopes to leverage the matching gift into a larger amount in support of its Food Pantry Distribution and other programs.

To participate in the “Day 2 Don8,” visit .

Stephen Huba is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Stephen at 724-850-1280, [email protected] or via Twitter @shuba_trib.

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