Warminster Rotary Makes Major Donation 
from the Benson Campbell Memorial Fund to 
the Warminster Food Bank! 
 
Warminster Rotary Club
Major donation from Bryan Benson and Seann Campbell Memorial Fund
 
On March 26, 2022, during the Warminster Rotary Club’s annual Charter Night, a major contribution was made to the Warminster Food Bank from the Warminster Rotary Foundation Bryan Benson and Seann Campbell Memorial Fund.
A check for $25,000 was presented to the Warminster Food Bank toward the establishment and funding of two programs specifically dedicated to serving our Veterans.   
Mike Cerino, executive director of the Warminster Food Bank accepted the donation on behalf of the community. 
Cerino explained the “Breakfast for Heroes” program is a year-long project providing a breakfast bundle, atypical of food bank fare, to 50 local (Bucks County) veterans and their dependents.
 
The donation will be also funding the Veterans “Meats the Need” program.  “Meats the Need” provides a package of selected meats and seafoods to Veterans in need, consisting of high quality select items not normally found in typical food assistance programs.
 
Bryan Benson and Seann Campbell were best friends and working together at the West Coast Video in the Rosemore Shopping Center in Warminster when they were brutally murdered on Nov. 10, 1993.  
 
At the time, Bryan and Seann’s parents, Janice and Gary Benson and Bonnie and Greg Youngers established a reward fund to help find the killers.  28 years later, the case remains unsolved.  In 2021 Janice, Gary, Bonnie, and Greg decided to redirect the mission of it toward bettering the community, specifically for supporting the local food pantry and helping organizations that support youth with disadvantages.  They chose the Warminster Rotary as stewards of the account. 
 
The Benson and Campbell families were awarded the prestigious Paul Harris Award from the Warminster Rotary Club on 3/26/2022 in memory of their children and in recognition of their community support.
 
“As for you, what you intended against me for evil, God intended for good, in order to accomplish a day like this, to preserve the lives of many people.”   Genesis 50:20.