Keuka Spring Vineyards donates $1000 to local charities
Judy and Jeanne Wiltberger were on hand recently to donate $1000 to local organizations. Using tasting fees, Keuka Spring was able to raise $500 for The Living Well and $500 for the Humane Society of Yates County.
"There are so many organzations doing great work in our community," said Jeanne. "We're honored to able to contribute."
The Living Well is a safe place to which Yates County residents can turn in times of need. Founded in Penn Yan in 2014, The Well's mission is to connect people to solutions so that they may thrive. Their programs provide emergency access to food, person hygiene and cleaning products; funds to prevent utility shut-offs and prescription discontinuation; and support for residents navigating grief and cancer diagnoses. Their outreach efforts focus on building a caring community by helping Yates County residents in crises get the services for which they qualify.
Kim Lyons, Outreach Development Coordinator for The Living Well Mission accepts a $500 donation from Judy and Jeanne Wiltberger of Keuka Spring Vineyards
The Humane Society of Yates County is a no-kill shelter which has been increasing the quality of life for companion animals in our community for over 110 years, since 1908. In 202, they took in and adopted over 200 animals. A $500 donation provides one month of food for all shelter animals!
Nathaniel Smart, Shelter Manager at the Humane Society of Yates County, accepts a $500 donation from Judy and Jeanne Wiltberger on behalf of Keuka Spring Vineyards with his dog Woof
Keuka Spring Vineyards has been producing premimum wines since 1985. Awards include Winery of the Year, three Governor's Cups for best New York State wine, two Best White Wine in America awards, and numerous 90+ point ratings in national wine magazines. Owners Len and Judy Wiltberger invite you to visit their tasting room overlooking the east side of Keuka Lake.