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Thursday, June 23, 2022

C&N Donates $800,000 to Benefit Local Education

C&N’s Thomas Rudy (left center) presents a check to representatives of St. Agnes School in Towanda. From left: Gwynn Bellows (student), Kelly Wilhelm (Principal of St. Agnes School), Tom Rudy (Chief Delivery Officer at C&N), Helen Santiago (C&N Board Member), Kate Shattuck (C&N Board Member), and Grant Nash (student).

WELLSBORO, PA – C&N recognized the importance of investing in local education with donations totaling $800,000 to area Educational Improvement, Scholarship and Pre-Kindergarten Scholarship Organizations.  These donations were made under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC).

Education is key to a strong and prosperous community. However, there are many budgetary roadblocks preventing children from receiving the level of education they deserve. C&N is committed to closing this gap by supporting local organizations that have made it their mission to ensure every child has access to educational opportunities. By investing in our youth, we are putting our local economies on the path to sustained growth and creating more opportunities to thrive.
C&N’s Thomas Rudy (left) Scott Clark (right center) and Matthew Bower (right) present a check to representatives of the Endless Mountain Music Festival, Cindy Long (left center). 


1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Through Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program, a qualified business can fund education rather than pay a percentage of its state taxes. To do this, the business makes a gift, through the EITC program, to an EITC-registered scholarship organization – like The MECA Foundation.