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Trelina Solar gives $1,000 to Seneca County House of Concern

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The Trelina Solar Project presented the Seneca County House of Concern, Food Pantry & Thrift Store with a $1,000 donation. This donation will provide resources for those in need with necessities such as food, clothes, and household items.


The Seneca County House of Concern has been a source of assistance for people in difficult situations for 53 years. The food pantry has been a source of nourishment for those in need while the store, staff and volunteers continue to nurture all who enter the store with kindness and a smile.

Delores Morgan, executive director of the Seneca County House of Concern and her team, met with the Trelina Solar Project team to receive the donation on Friday morning. “Without donations like this one, we wouldn’t be able to provide the necessary food and aid like we do in the community,” said Delores Morgan. “We are very thankful for any donations that come our way.”


“We believe in supporting the communities we serve. The Trelina Solar Project is proud to be a member of this community and pleased to support the Seneca County House of Concern,’ said David Boxold, project developer. “The Trelina Solar Project is planned for the Town of Waterloo and will deliver significant new revenue to the county, town and school district while creating up to 150 jobs during construction and one to two full-time permanent jobs.”

Located in the Town of Waterloo in Seneca County, N.Y., the Trelina Solar Project is a proposed 80-megawatt photovoltaic solar energy generating facility located on private land. The Trelina Solar Project is a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, the world’s largest generator of energy from the wind and sun and is expected to begin commercial operation in 2023.

The Seneca County House of Concern food pantry is open Monday-Thursday at 10:30 a.m. and on Friday at 11:30 a.m., while their food pantry is open every day at 10 a.m. For more information on The Seneca County House of Concern, visit their website: https://houseofconcern.org/.