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Twenty volunteers helped unload and pack 5,000 pounds of the total amount of 10,000 pounds of Goya products from a Goya truck at 1257 Ogden Avenue

Goya Foods Donates Meals For Bronx Families

Wilton Cedeno (back, c), National Dominican Day Parade Board president with 44th Precinct police officers and Goya and Catholic Charities of New York representatives.
Bronx Times
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Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States, donated 2,500 pounds of food to Catholic Charities of New York on Wednesday, August 7 in celebration of the National Dominican Day Parade of New York. Twenty volunteers helped unload and pack 5,000 pounds of the total amount of 10,000 pounds of Goya products from a Goya truck at 1257 Ogden Avenue. The donation will provide 16,667 meals for families in need in the Bronx.

Wilton Cedeno (front, 3rd from l) and Eddie Silvero (front, r), Catholic Charities/Alianza Division with staff, volunteers and investors.
Residents awaited their turn to receive food.
(l-r) Dr. Regus, Christina Contreras, Wilton Cedeno, Estela Vazquez, Mariah Khury, Maria Lizardo and retired NBA player Felipe Lopez.
Posted 12:00 am, August 16, 2019
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