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Utilities make donations to local food banks

Foodlink will receive a $75,000 donation from RG&E, as the local utility and sister company NYSEG both make donations to programs supporting people impacted economically by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The two utilities are donating $275,000 to local food-relief organizations, part of an overall $2 million commitment from their parent company, AVANGRID.   “Supporting local organizations such as Foodlink ...

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Foodlink will receive a $75,000 donation from RG&E, as the local utility and sister company NYSEG both make donations to ...