St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union holiday food drive Nov. 1st – 18th

OGDENSBURG, NY (October 19, 2016) — St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union has announced it is holding a holiday food drive November 1st – 18th to help community families. The Thanksgiving food drive is co-sponsored by The Church and Community Program in Canton and The Ogdensburg Neighborhood Center.

St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union CEO Todd Mashaw said, “In past years our members and the community have always donated generously to their neighbors with food donations for the holidays. It is a wonderful way to get into the spirit of giving by donating food to stock local food pantries that see increased activity this time of year. We look forward to another great outpouring of support, St. Lawrence Federal is happy to be participating with our co-sponsors.”

Those interested in donating non-perishable food items may do so at any of the three St. Lawrence Federal branches at 800 Commerce Park Drive and 333 State Street in Ogdensburg, or 33 Court Street in Canton. Suggested items include: canned soups/vegetables; stuffing mix; pie filling/crust mix; hot roll mix; and cranberry sauce.

About St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union

The St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union was established in 1954 for the employees of the St. Lawrence State Hospital and their families. Today the credit union has a community charter serving anyone who lives, works, worships, or goes to school in the St. Lawrence County. Our membership totals approximately 9,500 members and continues to grow.

About The Church & Community Program

The Church & Community Program (C&CP) was established in 1974 by members of several congregations in a cooperative effort to respond to needs of local residents by utilizing resources of both the Canton area churches and community. For more information go to or call 315-386-3534.

About the Ogdensburg Neighborhood Center

The Ogdensburg Neighborhood Center depends primarily on the generosity of others to assist families in need. The Center welcomes donations of food, personal items and money. For more information call (315) 393-5561.


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