Author Archives: Justin Gould

Jamestown BPU Kicks Off  25th Annual “Cents for St. Susan’s” Fund Drive

JAMESTOWN, NY – The 25th annual Jamestown Board of Public Utilities (BPU) “Cents for St. Susan’s” campaign is underway, with major sponsors and volunteers celebrating the cause on May 2 at St. Susan Center, 31 Water Street, Jamestown. The BPU volunteers and others hope to raise at least $32,000 this year, to meet last year’s […]

St. Susan Center Receives 40,000 Pound Food Donation

JAMESTOWN, NY – The St. Susan Center celebrated a monumental moment Tuesday as they welcomed a generous donation of 40,000 pounds of food. A semi-truck laden with this bountiful donation from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints arrived this week in a remarkable act of generosity, spearheaded by Falconer, NY native Sam Ognibene, […]

St. Susan Center Hosts 21st Annual Basket Fair Fundraiser

JAMESTOWN, NY – The St. Susan Center is thrilled to announce the return of its much-anticipated 21st Annual Basket Fair fundraiser, set to take place on Saturday, March 16, at the Fluvanna Community Church located at 3363 Fluvanna Ave. in Jamestown, NY. This beloved community event kicks off at 11 a.m., inviting attendees to indulge […]

Community Collaboration: Venison Donation Supports St. Susan Center’s Mission

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Primitive Patriot Outdoors, Norton’s Custom Cuts, and the Venison Donation Coalition of WCNY Pantry Project for their generous support of St. Susan Center. Through their collaboration, these three organizations provided a vital donation of venison, enabling us to serve our guests for an entire day. Considering that St. Susan’s […]

Record-Breaking Generosity: St. Susan Center’s 2023 Holiday Haul Raises an Impressive $23,000

St. Susan Center’s annual Holiday Haul achieved a remarkable success in 2023, raising an impressive $23,369.69, according to Executive Director Cherie Rowland. The financial impact, Rowland emphasized, is vital with funds contributing to essential expenses such as lighting, procuring supplies that may not be readily available, and supporting the salaries of the dedicated staff. The […]