Comfort Keepers’ September drive donates a ton of food

The Tri-Cities community and middle school students came together to help Comfort Keepers collect more than 2,100 pounds of food through its Stop Senior Hunger food drive during the month of September, which was Hunger Action Month.
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Nov 9, 2011

 

“We want to extend our heartfelt appreciation for the community’s kindness to our seniors through their very generous donations,” said Liz McCoy, client care coordinator for Comfort Keepers. “It is obvious the people of Grand Haven and the Tri-Cities area care about helping our seniors.”

McCoy said the recipient of this year’s donations was the Ottawa County Community Action Agency, which supplies boxed commodities to more than 450 seniors per month. They also donated $425 to the Meals on Wheels program.

 

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