FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New Haven Donates to Local Food Pantries
November 9, 2021 – New Haven Donates to Local Food Pantries. As the holidays approach, the season of giving is just around the corner! In the spirit of Thanksgiving, New Haven Assisted Living & Memory Care will be donating $100 to local food banks for every move-in at any of their communities during the month of November.
Food banks have been severely impacted by COVID-19. Studies estimate at least 60 million people turned to food banks, food pantries, and other private food assistance programs in 2020 in the midst of the health and economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Food banks are facing increased demand for support, and operational capacity is strained. Many have seen drastic reductions in their food recovery efforts as well as a significant drop in volunteers. Justin Yarmark, CEO of New Haven Assisted Living & Memory Care says:
“These food banks and assistance programs work tirelessly to serve those who rely on their services. It’s the least we can do to support those who support others.”
New Haven is proud to contribute this funding that will allow food banks to continue to purchase food and other necessities and serve the communities they call home. New Haven strives to give back to their communities and support these communities throughout the year. These donations during the month of November will ensure that even the most vulnerable will be served during this holiday season.
About New Haven Assisted Living – New Haven is a luxury assisted living and memory care residence with 10 locations across Texas. New Haven invites residents to enjoy days filled with relaxation and ease of living, along with the finest in accommodations and senior care in a boutique-style setting. Learn more about New Haven here.
New Haven Memory Care serves seniors with dementia, offering specialized memory care programs where there have been significant benefits derived from the residents being able to engage and socialize versus the alternative – being at home alone, isolated, and with their safety at risk during a natural disaster.
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