Seneca Meadows a good neighbor
Seneca Meadows and community help make bowling tournament a success
Business owner supports Seneca Meadows
Beverly Animal Shelter grateful for Seneca Meadows support
Proud to be a supporter of Seneca Meadows
Waterloo Town Board made right decision for the town
Thanks for your support Seneca Meadows
Our technology education programs would not be as strong and inspiring to the kids and parents without the consistent support that we receive from the Seneca Meadows Landfill.
Dave Rautenberg, Technology Education Teacher, Waterloo High School
The students at Elizabeth Cady Stanton have benefited greatly from the partnership we enjoy with Seneca Meadows. This partnership has brought opportunities for students to participate in clubs and other activities that have enriched their educational experience both inside and outside of the classroom. When a school or school district and a community centered organization such as Seneca Meadows find common ground in a commitment to fostering student growth and achievement great things happen.
Andrew Doell, Seneca Falls Elizabeth Cady Stanton Elementary School Principal
On behalf of the Waterloo Volleyball and Softball programs I'd like to personally thank Seneca Meadows! Over the past decade, there have been consistent donations by Seneca Meadows to improve programs including helping us attend the Morabito tournament, summer leagues, club volleyball, training aids such as a sliding mat, team bat bags, pink uniforms etc. The list is endless of the many times you've helped out and we sincerely appreciate all the support!
Christal Jensen, teacher and coach, Waterloo High School
Since we never know when a disaster will hit our area, we have to be prepared, and our valued partnership with Seneca Meadows helps us take big steps in that direction year after year - from a generator for our emergency supply trailer to equipment and training for our Disaster Response Teams, we are better able to respond to area disasters as a result of our partnership.” – Lynne Tyler, Executive Director, American Red Cross in the Finger Lakes
Lynne Tyler, Executive Director, American Red Cross in the Finger Lakes
I am glad that Seneca Meadows will be able to continue funding the two reading incentive programs. Your contribution allows us to further students’ interest in reading.
MJ Barber Romulus Central School Librarian
We want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the most needed donation to our Robotic Club. We really appreciate this help.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Elementary School Robotics Club Parents
The Women’s Institute for Leadership and Learning which fosters the Biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues would like to thank IESI Seneca Meadows, Inc. Partners such as IESI make the Seneca Falls Dialogues possible. Such contributions are used to offer scholarships to students enabling them to attend these Dialogues which focus on issues such as women’s rights, human rights, leadership and activism.
Adriene Emmo, Women’s Institute for Leadership and Learning