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Madison Area YMCA and Wells Fargo Insurance Services

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Pictured are: Leigh Anne Soroka, Madison Area YMCA Annual Fund Coordinator; Sharon Kunas, Madison Area YMCA Development Director; Julie Tantillo, an Account Executive with Wells Fargo Insurance Services in Madison; Bob Conley, Madison Area YMCA VP of Operations; Alyson O'Connell, Madison Area YMCA Senior Program and Membership Director.
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MADISON, NJ  –Each year, the Madison Area YMCA identifies a family who would appreciate a Thanksgiving basket donated by Wells Fargo Insurance Services in Madison. The overflowing basket includes a turkey with all the trimmings, goodies and a supermarket gift card for a bountiful Thanksgiving meal. “The family who received the basket is a wonderful and valued Madison Area YMCA Family Center family,” said Sharon Kunas, Development Director of the Madison Area YMCA. “In a tradition that has existed with Wells Fargo Insurance Services for more than a decade, we are grateful for their continued generosity toward Madison Area YMCA families each Thanksgiving.” “It’s very personal for Wells Fargo employees in the Madison office,” said Ms. Tantillo, an Account Executive with Wells Fargo Insurance Services. “A lot of pride and excitement goes into the process that includes making contributions, planning and shopping to help provide a Thanksgiving celebration for those who may not be as fortunate.” The Y. So much more. From exercise to education, from volleyball to volunteerism, from preschool to preventive health, the Y doesn’t just strengthen bodies. It strengthens communities. As a nonprofit, the Madison Area YMCA believes everyone, regardless of age, income or background, should have the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. For more information about the Madison Area YMCA’s programs, services and philanthropy efforts, call 973-822-9622 or visit madisonareaymca.org.

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