Norco Manufacturing Complex makes donation to United Way toy and food drive

From staff and wire reports
January 10, 2013 at 10:36 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

John Dias, UWSC executive director, and Rochelle Touchard, Norco Manufacturing Complex communications manager, surrounding by donated toys and food.
John Dias, UWSC executive director, and Rochelle Touchard, Norco Manufacturing Complex communications manager, surrounding by donated toys and food.
Norco Manufacturing Complex made a $5,000 donation to the United Way of St. Charles Annual Toy & Food Drive, supplying food and hundreds of toys to families in need this holiday season.

"As our donations started to come in we noticed a shortage in gifts for young children, especially boys," John Dias, UWSC executive director, said. "Norco Manufacturing Complexís generous donation allowed us to supply food and toys to many at-risk families in St. Charles Parish that would have otherwise gone without."

In addition to this grant, Norco Manufacturing Complex and its employees contribute over $300,000 annually to United Way of St. Charles. The site is committed to improving the overall quality of life in the River Parishes, including the St. Charles Parish community.

For more information about United Way of St. Charles, visit www.uwaysc.org or call (985) 331-9063.




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