A 501 (c)(3) Organization
Neighbors Helping Neighbors for Over 80 Years
Scotia Relief, a community organization that promotes the practice of
neighbors helping neighbors in the Scotia-Glenville community, provides
annual assistance to residents in need of daily living supplies. Assistance is
provided in the form of vouchers for resources including food, clothing,
heating fuel, and school supplies.
Community residents, business associates, church congregations, and local
organizations contribute to Scotia Relief in support of their neighbors. This
all-volunteer organization formed during the time of the Great Depression
and currently supports 50-60 families and residents annually.
If you need assistance and are a resident of the Scotia-Glenville School
District, please contact Tom Eagan at 382-1201.
If you wish to contribute to Scotia Relief and become part of this
community tradition steeped in the roots of neighbors caring for neighbors,
please send your donations payable to
in care of Bruce Kohout
210 Broad Street
Scotia, NY 12302.
Thomas Eagan, President
Pam Lyle, Vice President
Kris Kastberg, Secretary
Bruce Kohout, Treasurer