National Charity League supports Interfaith of the Woodlands senior grocery delivery
More than 30 volunteers from local chapters of The National Charity League helped Interfaith of The Woodlands deliver groceries to home-bound seniors July 18.
According to a press release, the initiative was part of the Interfaith Senior Grocery Delivery Program, in which home-bound seniors residing in Copperwood, Harvestwood, Tanglebrush Villa and Tamarac Pines Senior Complexes were given a variety of non-perishable food items and fresh vegetables harvested from Interfaith's Veggie Village Community Garden.
The support from the National Charity League was an important component of the event's success, according to Dr. Ann Snyder, the president and CEO of Interfaith of The Woodlands.
"Having committed volunteers, like The National Charity League, allows Interfaith's programs to truly make an impact," Snyder said in the release. "They play a vital role in our organization."
Members of the National Charity League often volunteer at Interfaith's food pantry, the Hand Me Up Shop and during the biannual "Serving Our Seniors" day of service, according to the release.
For more information about Interfaith of The Woodlands or to become a volunteer, call 281-367-1230 or visit woodlandsinterfaith.org.
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