WILKES-BARRE, PA. – GWC Warranty, the best-in-class provider of used vehicle service contracts and related finance and insurance products sold through automotive dealers, has partnered with the Commission on Economic Opportunity (CEO) to sponsor a Food 4 Kids van.
CEO’s Food 4 Kids Summer Program makes nutritious food more available to at-risk children by delivering healthy meals and snacks to parks, playgrounds, libraries and other community sites throughout the summer months when at-risk children are not receiving meals at school. The van sponsored by GWC Warranty makes deliveries five days a week throughout Luzerne and Lackawanna counties.
The Food 4 Kids summer program served more than 64,000 meals in 2016 to children at 82 community sites throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. Because schools often provide the only opportunities for income-limited children to receive nutritious food, Food 4 Kids helps ensure access to quality meals and snacks during the summer months.
Pictured in photo (L to R): Rasheed Moore, CEO staff; Gene Brady, CEO Executive Director; Kim Konopka, CEO Food 4 Kids Summer Program Manager; Rob Glander, GWC Warranty CEO & President
About GWC Warranty
Established in 1995, GWC Warranty is the largest, best-in-class provider of used vehicle service contracts in the automotive industry. Named a Motor Trend® Recommended Best Buy for independent dealers, GWC Warranty is committed to providing its dealer partners with service, products, training and technology to make them more successful. GWC Warranty has helped bring a “No Worries, Just Drive” experience to more than 1.5 million drivers nationwide. GWC Warranty, rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, is owned by Stone Point Capital, a Connecticut-based investment firm with aggregate committed capital of more than $13 Billion. For more information about GWC Warranty please visit www.GWCwarranty.com.