HNA Foundation names Mercedes winner
Gary Naugle, formerly of Lilly, held the winning number — 706 — for the Home Nursing Agency Foundation Mercedes Moment fundraiser held on May 19.
Although the Mercedes Moment Night at the Altoona Curve was not able to be held as planned on May 19, the winning number was announced through a Facebook Live broadcast from Peoples Natural Gas Field after the first Pick 3 Pennsylvania lottery number at 7 p.m. As the winner, Naugle was offered the choice of the Mercedes GLA 250 or $30,000 cash prize.
In the 18th consecutive year, Mercedes Moment raised more than $80,000 to help support individuals and families in who have needs beyond normal circumstances and who may need additional services not covered by insurance. This year, the Home Nursing Agency Foundation has awarded $166,900 in mission grants to directly impact the lives of Central Pennsylvania residents who are served by UPMC Home Healthcare, Family Hospice and Home Nursing Agency Community Services.
In addition to ticket buyers, the Home Nursing Agency Foundation is grateful for the support of the following community partners: Forever Media; Reliance Bank; Mercedes Benz of State College; Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Altoona, Gazette Printers; Ravine Uniform Store; Sheetz Inc.; Stifel; Stuckey Automotive; The Lakemont Partnership; Altoona Curve; CBC National Bank Mortgage; CleanService Corp.; Friend of the Foundation; Klesius and Sheedy Inc.; Quality Services; Reilly, Creppage & Co. Inc.; Spring Cove Container and Universal Settlement Services of PA, LLC.
The foundation welcomes all private and public donations, which are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
For more information on ways to support the Home Nursing Agency Foundation or to learn how gifts make an impact in the lives of others, contact Kim Helsel, director of development/marketing communications, at 947-7024 or firstname.lastname@example.org.