A.G. Williams Raises $2,100 For Support Connection At FDR Park In Yorktown

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A.G. Williams Painting donated nearly $2,100 to Yorktown's Support Connection. Photo Credit: wikipedia commons

YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Pelham-based A.G. Williams Painting donated nearly $2,100 to a local charity by participating in the 19th Annual Support Connection Support-A-Walk at FDR State Park in Yorktown.

Support Connection provides numerous free services to those affected by ovarian and breast cancer, including one-on-one peer counseling, support groups for men and women, and classes targeted toward emotional and spiritual healing.

Paul Viggiano, director of business administration and marketing, participated for the third year on a row.

“My grandmother is a two-time survivor of ovarian cancer, and helping people affected by ovarian and breast cancer is near and dear to my heart,” said Viggiano in a release.

“We are so proud of Paul and his dedication to Support Connection. He exemplifies our company’s long history of giving back to our local communities," President and CEO George P. Williams added in statement.

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