Girl Scouts Benefits from Foundation Gift

Snyder's-Lance to support build out of Oak Springs


Snyder's-Lance, Inc. is donating one-time grants totaling $1.5 million to thirteen Charlotte-area nonprofit organizations in recognition of their upcoming 100 year anniversary of the Lance brand in 2013.  Girl Scouts, Hornets' Nest Council is proud to be a recipient of a grant to benefit the development of Oak Springs located near Statesville, NC.

The grants benefit programs that are closely aligned with Snyder's -Lance focus areas of supporting education, championing healthy living, fighting hunger and assisting miltary causes.  "As the hometown of Lance for 100 years, we are honored to provide a special gift to the Charlotte area," said David V. Singer, CEO of Snyder's-Lance.  "These grants will provide much needed assistance to a wide range of community organizations that touch lives each and every day."

"We are proud to continue our partnership with Snyder's -Lance and are honored to be selected as one of their grant recipients to further our mission of developing girls of courage, confidence and character." Sally Daley, CEO of GSHNC. "Oak Springs will impact the lives of numerous girls well into the future.  The ball fields that will be developed with these funds contribute to the healthy living components of our program."

Snyder's-Lance has a long history of supporing a variety of causes and organizations in both the Charlotte community and those communities whre it has operations.  For more information on Snyder's-Lance commitment to corporate responsibility, please visit

Katherine Lambert


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