Bay Aging Gathers Gifts from the Community to Give to Over 70 Older Adults

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– In the spirit of compassion and giving, Bay Aging is delighted to announce the success of its recent initiative to bring joy to the lives of over 70 low-income older adults in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula. Through the overwhelming support of local residents, churches, and generous individuals, Bay Aging collected a staggering number of gifts for those who needed it most. This heartwarming endeavor was made possible by the incredible generosity and charitable spirit of our community, whose unwavering commitment to supporting one another truly shines during the holiday season and made a significant impact on the lives of these seniors, many of whom may otherwise have faced a challenging holiday season. Bay Aging extends its deepest gratitude to The Town of Urbanna, River House Creations, Buoys and Gulls Preschool, Bethpage Campground-Resort, UPS of Gloucester, and every member of the community who contributed to this initiative. Your generosity has not only provided material gifts but has also served as a reminder of the strength and compassion that bind our community together. “We are profoundly grateful for the outpouring of support from our community. Together, we have made a meaningful difference in the lives of over 70 older adults, bringing joy and warmth to their holiday season,” said Kathy Vesley, President and CEO at Bay Aging. Bay Aging looks forward to continuing its mission of serving and supporting those in need, thanks to the ongoing spirit of generosity that defines our wonderful community.


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