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41908 Route 6, PO Box 7, Wyalusing, PA 18853



2022 Year-End Review

2022 As rising inflation and supply chain disruptions continued through 2022, our volunteer food banks supported additional families with food and meal programs. And the Foundation supported our volunteer food banks. Through mid-December the Foundation donations totaled $81,000 to 501 (c ) (3) charities, with $53,500 donated to volunteer food banks. Our highlights include: Tuscarora Wayne Insurance Company (TWIC) generously donated $25,000. TWIC and the Foundation purchased a hog at the Wyoming County 4-H auction, donating the meat to the Helping Hands Food Bank, Wyalusing, PA. Employees and directors enjoyed an evening event following the company-wide employee communications meeting on September 29, at the Grovedale Winery, Wyalusing, PA. The Foundation auction that night raised $1,225. Employees supported the World Food Day with a walk down hunger one...


Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation Supports Local 4-H Club and Helping Hand Food Pantry

The Tuscarora Wayne Insurance Company and the Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation, Wyalusing, PA, participated in the 2022 4-H livestock auction held at the Wyoming County Fair on Saturday, September 3. The Company and Foundation won the bid for a 281-pound hog named Gilbert. Gilbert was raised by Aleah Robinson who attends the Tunkhannock Area School District, grade 7. This is Aleah’s first year as a member of the 4-H Endless Mountain Community Club. Over 200 pounds of pork cuts were donated to the Helping Hands Food Pantry, Wyalusing, PA. Helping Hands is a community outreach pantry that helps alleviate food insecurity and raises awareness of hunger in the communities it serves. [caption id="attachment_4258" align="alignnone" width="539"] Pictured left to right Aleah Robinson, 4-H member; Shelby Napoli, president and...


2021 Year-End Review

2021 “If we can conquer space, we can conquer childhood hunger.”   ~ Buzz Aldrin As we climb out of the many restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue our much-needed donations to volunteer food banks and pantries. Highlights: Tuscarora Wayne Insurance Company generously contributed $250,000. Through raffles, fundraisers, and payroll deductions the employees of Tuscarora Wayne contributed $85,085 through December 31. Donations made from the Foundation totaled $84,014, with $54,700 of those dollars directed to volunteer food banks. Donations of special interest include a memorial contribution to Philabundance in memory of fellow board member Scott Burgess, and to the Autism Society of America in conjunction with Keystone Autism Fund. Keystone Autism Fund was created by Keystone Insurers Group, Inc. We continue our agency program that allows a...



Youngstown, OH  (September 29, 2021) – First Insurance Group is pleased to announce they have been selected the Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation recipient for August 2021. Through this recognition, the Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Group Foundation has invited First Insurance Group to choose a non-profit of their choice to receive a $1,000 donation. The goal of this program is to allow companies to carry on Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Group Foundation’s legacy by making a significant impact in the communities it serves. “First Insurance Group has earned this honor based upon their outstanding agency relationship, historic profitability and significant growth. We are proud to congratulate First Insurance Group on the success of their agency and are thrilled to partner with them to support Meals On Wheels of Youngstown,”...


The Year in Review

Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation The Year in Review The Foundation continues to serve its mission of “Serving the Underserved”.  This year as we struggled through state shutdowns in the spring of 2020 and continue to struggle with restrictions related to the COVID-19 Pandemic we set out to fulfill our mission to combat food insecurity.  Under normal conditions one in eight Pennsylvanians are at risk of hunger and for children it is one in six.  We noticed longer lines at local food banks during the pandemic and we set out to donate the much needed funds to as many food banks and pantries as we could. The combined account portfolio through November 30, 2020 contains $4,250 in cash, $84,964 in equities and $1,273,581 in mutual funds for a total...


The Month of December- Fulfilling our Mission to “Serve the Underserved”

The Insurance Alliance Network chose the Salvation Army of Harrisburg Capital City Region to receive $1,000 from Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation.  Jane Koppenheffer, President of The Insurance Alliance Network, presented the check to Kathy Anderson-Martin, Director of Resource Development at The Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region. Featured in the photograph (from left): Kathy Anderson-Martin, Director of the Resource Development at The Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region and Jane Koppenheffer, President of The Insurance Alliance Network....


Chevy Chase Community Center to receive gift from Foundation

The Helwig Agency chose the Chevy Chase Community Center to receive a monetary gift from Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation. The Chevy Chase Community Center was selected for their tireless work in helping those in need during these challenging times. Connie Bence, from the Helwig Agency, presented the check to Barbara Croce, Executive Director of the Chevy Chase Wellness Center. Featured in the photograph (from left): Connie Bence, of Helwig Insurance and Barbara Croce, Executive Director of the Chevy Chase Wellness Center....


Opportunity House in Reading receives Foundation check

Photos from our visit to Opportunity House in Reading with Spotts Agency to deliver the $1,000 Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation check. This nonprofit organization provides housing, is a childcare learning center, counseling for sex abuse, a veterans services, food donation center, and clothing donation center They serve 1500 people annually....