Growing Together: New Initiatives, Partnerships and Perspectives Shape Bay Aging’s COVID-19 Response

Bay Aging appreciates the many community partners, volunteers and donors who have helped us deploy these initiatives and quickly respond to COVID-19 challenges.

Topics in this issue:

Bay Transit named Outstanding Community Program of the year
The faces of Helping Neighbors volunteers and recipients
Volunteering is a family affair
Bay Aging’s Mobile Food Pantry service
It’s never too early to foster a sense of civic duty in the kids
Seed packets distributed to “Grow Together” with our neighbors
Bay Transit keeps focus on customer service and safety
Community support helps drive initiatives

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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 [...]