Bay Aging partnered with Home Instead Senior Care as it did last year, to provide 142 seniors across the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula with gifts this holiday season.
With nearly 340 residents in Bay Aging’s income-restricted senior apartments, a large number received Christmas gifts through the Be a Santa to a Senior program, according to a release from Bay Aging. This program provides gifts to low- or no-income seniors who might not otherwise have received them.
On Dec. 18, Bay Aging board member Stanley Clarke joined Bay Aging and Home Instead Senior Care staff to deliver gifts to Bay Aging’s Adult Day Care facility in Tappahannock. Gifts were also delivered to Bay Aging’s Warsaw/Essex County Active Lifestyle Center and Northumberland Active Lifestyle Center. Later that day, Bay Aging board member Marcia Jones and Bay Aging staff delivered gifts to seniors at the Port Town Village apartments in Urbanna.
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