All of us at Oswego County Opportunities would like to take this opportunity to recognize the businesses whose financial support for the OCO Bowl O’Gold fund-raiser.
We also want to thank the businesses and individuals who donated more than 75 items valued at well over $4,000 for the silent auction, door prize drawings and awards at the Bowl O’Gold.
We truly appreciate the generous support from our business community.
Oswego County Opportunities is the county’s Community Action Agency. It was created in the mid-1960s as part of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s War on Poverty.
That purpose continues today; nearly 30,000 county residents benefit in some way from OCO’s more than 50 programs and services ranging from prenatal care to after school programs, from feeding hungry seniors to providing an accessible and affordable transportation network, from providing homes for developmentally disabled adults to helping people develop job skills — and so much more.
Donors can support OCO with confidence that their money is used to directly benefit the populations we serve.
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