GNC (Pennsylvania)’s Live Well Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation dedicated to improving lives in our communities, announced a $5,000 donation to the American Red Cross of Southwestern Pennsylvania for the victims of the recent fire in downtown Pittsburgh’s Midtown Towers.
The American Red Cross of Southwestern Pennsylvania serves nearly 1.5 million people in Allegheny, Greene and Washington counties.
“The Live Well Foundation is dedicated to helping those in the communities where we live and work,” said Bob Moran, interim CEO of GNC. “We are proud to contribute assistance to the local Red Cross, furthering the impactful work that they do every day.”
GNC’s Live Well Foundation, established in 2004, is committed to providing nutrition education and assistance to the communities in which its employees and customers live and work. Through the charitable efforts of the Foundation, GNC employees, customers and vendors are committed to improving the health of others by funding programs for education, research and access to nutrition.
“The American Red Cross is fortunate to have many generous community partners, like GNC, who enable us to assist individuals who have been impacted by emergency situations such as what occurred last week at Midtown Towers,” commented Patricia Waldinger, American Red Cross Western Pennsylvania Region CEO. “We are extremely grateful for their support.”
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