Canastota Community Chest Gives to the GSC

To the Editor:

(Town of Lenox, NY – Feb. 2013) The Great Swamp Conservancy is the grateful recipient of a $1,250 grant from the Canastota Community Chest. These funds help to pay for the Quail Project. The GSC has been raising and releasing Bobwhite Quail in our area in the hopes that they will repopulate.


Catholic Charities Extends Heartfelt Thanks

To the Editor:

(Canastota, NY) Catholic Charities of Madison-Oneida Counties provides services to hundreds of individuals and families through our local office at 248 Main St., Oneida. Youth and adults receive services through such programs as counseling, young parents’ support group, crisis pregnancy counseling, foster care and adoption services. Your generous donation to the Canastota […]

RSVP Thanks Community Chest Contributors

To the Editor:

(Canastota, NY) On behalf of the staff, Advisory Council and volunteers of RSVP Volunteers for Madison County, I wish to thank all contributors to the Canastota Community Chest for your financial support. Your generosity helps volunteers respond to critical community needs.

Your contributions help support the efforts of over 650 RSVP volunteers […]

OSB Donates to Community Chest


(Canastota, NY – Oct. 2011) Patrick Milmoe, president of the Canastota Community Chest accepts a check from Diane Karan (left) vice president/regional lender of Oneida Savings Bank Canastota and Stephanie L. Jones, office manager.



Alliance Bank Contributes


(Canastota, NY – Oct. 2011) Ann Hopkins, branch manager of Alliance Bank in Canastota makes a contribution to the Canastota Community Chest. Accepting is Community Chest President Patrick Milmoe.


Community Chest Contributors Make a Difference

To the Editor:

(Oct. 2011) As one of the agencies that receives funding from the Canastota Community Chest, Inc., I want to thank all the Community Chests contributors on behalf of the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways.

The Canastota Community Chest plays a significant role in helping us be the area’s premier leadership experience for […]

Annual Support Recognizes Preservation Importance

To the Editor:

(Town of Lenox, NY) Over the past few years the Great Swamp Conservancy has applied for assistance from the Canastota Community Chest and has been honored to receive awards from them. The funds that they have provided us have helped us in many ways, from paying our bills for the winter, to […]

Support from Community Chest helps Wanderers’ Rest

To the Editor:

(Town of Lenox, Canastota, NY – Sept. 2011) Wanderers’ Rest Humane Association has benefitted from the support of the Canastota Community Chest, whose annual grants have made a difference in the wellbeing of the homeless cats and dogs we shelter, heal and prepare for adoption each year.

Our shelter is a single […]

Scouts Say Thanks

To the Editor:

(Canastota, NY – Sept. 2011) Boy Scout Troup 43 and Cub Scout Pack 44 of Canastota would like to thank the Canastota Community Chest for their generous support of scouting in Canastota.

With the support of the Community Chest, the scouts have been able to obtain equipment for camping (tents, canopy, cooking […]

Community Chest Resource for Ride For Life

To the Editor:

The [Canastota] Community Chest has been a great resource for the Ride For Life Equine & Family Center Inc. The money that we receive on an annual basis has helped us to expand our program. It helps the people of our community and those with special needs.

With your help last year, […]

Community Chest helps Support Op Shop

To the Editor:

(Canastota, NY – Sept. 2011) The Opportunity Shop would like to thank the Canastota Community Chest for their continued support of our Food Pantry. With the funds we receive from them we are able to provide families in the Canastota area with much needed food.

We serviced 900 plus families in the […]

Canastota Community Chest Needs Your Help

The Canastota Community Chest begins its campaign with a “bang.” Pictured in Clark Park is Community Chest President Patrick Milmoe with, from left, Janice Gray, Penny Stevens and Diane Karan, directors and Penny’s granddaughter Mackenzie Stevens. (Photo by Margo Frink).

To the Editor:

It is very apparent that the recent economic conditions have made […]