During the Halloween month of October, Jeanine O’Donnell and her team at State Farm along with Kevin Gilmore and his team at Sussex County Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore collected healthy snacks to provide Pathways to Success youth with nutritious fuel to help them through the mornings or when food is not available.
Fay Blake, Pathways to Success founder and director, said: “I cannot express the impact these Snacks for Success events have had for the youth we serve attending Cape Henlopen High School, Milford High School, Polytech High School, Seaford High School and Sussex Technical High School. The partnership of Jeanine O’Donnell and her team at State Farm, and Kevin Gilmore’s team at Sussex County Habitat for Humanity to help our kids truly warms my heart. This is not the first time they have partnered together to help Pathways to Success, and it truly is appreciated. I’d like to also thank all of those that donated items for the youth we serve.”