As part of Dino's winnings, Sears will make a $20,000 donation on his behalf to The Food Bank of Central New York, a local food pantry.
What does FBCNY stand for?
FBCNY stands for Food Bank of Central New York
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org 26 The Food Bank of Central New York will hold its 20th annual member programs conference at the Carnegie Conference Center at Driver's Village, Cicero, N.
The Food Bank of Central New York The toys, which included stuffed animals, games, dolls and a multitude of other gifts were donated to Toys for Tots in all locations except Keene, where employees donated to the region's Project Share.
In a nation with 23 million Americans requiring food assistance, the Food Bank of Central New York (CNY) works hard to eliminate hunger through food distribution, education and advocacy on a local level.
The food pantries include: * The Food Bank of Central New York, Syracuse.