The grocery project also benefited from a “very generous cash donation” from Amur Equipment Finance, Skalka said.
Amur’s contribution was spearheaded by Jeremy Gillam, vice president of information technology.
Skalka also shared a text she received from Jacklynn Manning, Amur’s vice president of marketing, who works in Massachusetts.
“Amur Equipment Finance is very proud to sponsor and participate today in the delivery of essential groceries and prepared meals to seniors within our Grand Island community,” Manning wrote. “We are very thankful for the work that is being done through the Grand Generation Center with support by Meals on Wheels. As a local Grand Island-based company, we take great pride in our community, in giving back to others, and we are very excited to be a part of this essential program.”