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Madeleine Meier

Servicing Elmira and immediate surrounding areas. Donations go towards Let Elmira Live. 

Madeleine attends Georgetown University where she volunteers for the Hilltop Microfinance Initiative to help marginalized entrepreneurs. She decided to start the lawn sign fundraiser in her hometown of Elmira, New York because Elmira’s small, tight-knit community would be enormously affected by the display of support for our essential workers and amazing nonprofit organizations.

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Felicia, Stacey, and Jody

Servicing the Greater Binghamton Community and surrounding areas. Currently, Broome, Tioga, Delaware and Chenango counties in NY and Susquehanna county in PA. They are currently donating to Meals on Wheels of Western Broome. All proceeds from sign donations will now go to help provide meals to older adults, those recovering from illness, and people with disabilities. They chose to concentrate their initial efforts on hunger and food shortages locally by donating $5,000 to The Food Bank of the Southern Tier.

Project Gratitude 2020 was created by three Binghamton Area families wanting to send their gratitude to all essential workers, specifically in their local area. These three families live and work in the Southern Tier. All of their young children go to school in the local districts. They have strong roots and ties to this area and want to help, give back, bring smiles, get through this all together, while being separate.

If you would like a sign, please visit their website:

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