$11k Holiday Donation to Nonprofit Organizations

FALLSBURG – The holiday spirit is alive and well among employees of Rolling V Bus Corporation. The bus transportation company which serves the Hudson Valley and Catskills has announced that its employees have donated more than $11,000 to local and national charities through its Crisis Fund.

Throughout the year, Rolling V employees make elective weekly paycheck contributions to a crisis fund. The fund was established to assist co-workers in times of real crisis or hardship. This year, there was a surplus after meeting those needs and employees chose to donate the remaining accumulated donations to nonprofit organizations.

“Our employees recognize the importance of supporting the organizations that contribute to the betterment of our community and nation,” said Phil Vallone, president, Rolling V. “They work hard each day to safely transport our region’s children and they contribute a portion of their own earnings for colleagues and organizations in need. Now that’s the holiday spirit at its best!”

Rolling V employees’ donations will support the important efforts of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Liberty Fire Department, the Wounded Warrior Project, the Fallsburg Library, the Ulster County SPCA, the Walton Food Pantry and the Grahamsville United Methodist Church Food Pantry. Employees at each bus terminal chose the nonprofit organization they wished to support.

Rolling V Bus Corporation is a proud member of the New York School Bus Contractors Association and the American School Bus Council. The company is family-owned and operated by the Vallone and DeSabato families. The Vallone family has been in the passenger transportation business for more than 50 years.

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