Shoe Bank receives grant from M&T Bank
The Lock Haven Area Shoe Bank gives free new shoes to kids and teens who need them, and will be open by appointment Saturday, Sept. 19. M&T Bank is the newest supporter of this free service, giving a $1,000 grant. Darlene Weaver, third from left, presents the grant to some of the Shoe Bank board members, seen in the girls’ shoe section. From left are co-directors Marianne Lotfi and Diahann Claghorn (holding unicorn shoes), Darlene Weaver, Rev. Alison Grove of Covenant United Methodist Church which hosts the Shoe Bank at 44 W. Main St., Sharon Culvey, treasurer Jeanne Baker, and president Wendy Doherty. The Shoe Bank has shoes for eligible infants, boys and girls, and young women and men up to the age of 18. The Shoe Bank is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and relies solely on grants and donations. For information about donating, or to book an appointment on Sept. 19, call or text Diahann at 814-571-5324.