In June of 2015 WoodmenLife Chapter 1025 celebrated the Company’s 125th anniversary with a food drive to benefit the Seneca County House of Concern, at Tops (Kingdom Plaza, Waterloo). In an unprecedented show of community support, over 100 bags of food and personal items were collected in just over two hours. Due to the overwhelming success of the June 6, 2015 hunger drive, Chapter 1025 will once again collect food and personal items for the House of Concern on Saturday, May 28, 2016, from 10 AM to 2:30 PM.
“Support like this truly is vital to the mission of feeding our neighbors in need,” said Rhonda Pollino, Seneca County House of Concern Executive Director. The National Community Focus to Fight Hunger is WoodmenLife’s 2015 fraternal directive.
WoodmenLife is a non-profit life insurance society founded in 1890 by families for families. The same tradition of helping others is carried out still to this day through a number of charitable works and patriotic presentations. WoodmenLife is one of the nation’s leading fraternal benefit societies, and serves a dual mission – to help ensure financial security for members and their families, through insurance and investment products, and to carry out community service projects that enrich lives and benefit individuals, families and communities.