Bay Aging Responds to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Bay Aging appreciates the many community partners, volunteers and donors who have helped us deploy these initiatives and quickly respond to COVID-19 challenges. We continue to explore, plan and launch new programs such as our “Mobile Food Pantry” which will begin the week of May 11th. Partnering with local community grocery stores such as the Urbanna Supermarket, Bay Aging will purchase and deliver bags of shelf-stable groceries to older residents throughout our core service area in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula.

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They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch. But if you are age 60 or older, you can enjoy a free lunch and activities such as music, arts & crafts, and socialization opportunities at Bay Aging’s eight Active Lifestyle Centers (ALCs) in the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck. The ALCs are funded by [...]