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Comfort Keepers Honors our Veterans

At Comfort Keepers, we cherish America’s Veterans who have done everything asked of them in their mission to serve our country. In honor of their service, Comfort Keepers will be hosting an appreciation party.

Comfort Keepers Honor our Veterans at 2018 July Event

Highlights and Activities include:

  • Listen to a Veteran’s Story
  • Commemorative Picture of Veteran with Family & Friends
  • Music & Patriotic Sing-Along
  • Light Refreshments & Snacks

When: Sunday, July 29, 2018
12:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Recognition Ceremony: 2:00 p.m.
Location: Haverford Township
Parks and Recreation Dept.
9000 Parkview Drive
Haverford, PA 19041
RSVP to: Sharon Miller
(610) 783-7878

Veteran’s benefits can help with the cost of in-home care. If you are a veteran or the surviving spouse of a veteran requiring in-home care, you may be eligible to receive pension benefits from the Veterans Administration through the Veterans Improved Pension Benefit Program. Comfort Keepers® can help. We’ll assist you in accessing the information necessary to evaluate your eligibility for the program.

Sponsored by Comfort Keepers of Springfield, serving the communities of Delaware County, Montgomery County, and the Main Line



Donate Canned and Dry Foods Locations Wanted in Montgomery and Delaware County, PA

Stop Senior Hunger is a national program our company Comfort Keepers participates in to give back to the community which we serve.  Comfort Keepers started this program in conjunction with Sodexho. To date, our local offices in Springfield and King of Prussia have collected over 17,000 pounds of food and hand delivered it to local low-income senior apartment dwellings. Our collection partners in the community over the last few years have included the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, Rocky Run YMCA, Holy Child Society in Rosemont, Murphy AME Church in Chester, Tozur Energy in King of Prussia and most recently Johnson and Johnson in Radnor.   These partners have hosted food collection drives and assisted us in feeding many low-income seniors in the area.

At this time Comfort Keepers is reaching out to businesses in the area, our universities, schools, and organizations in the area to offer community service projects for students, young adults or groups interested in collecting canned or dry goods for low-income senior citizens. Food drives can be small for example one student might want to ask a few neighbors to place the food items at end of driveway and then with a parent’s help drive around and pick up the donations, a larger group such as cheer leading squad might want to host a dance or some type of event where admission is can of food or even several schools might want to compete against each other to race to finish to see which school can pride itself on collecting the most pounds in determined amount of time or at an event. Small or large businesses such as banks might have branches compete against each other to see who can collect the most food.

The Stop Senior Hunger food drive is very easy to set up. Once your organization decides to collect food, we will drop off a collection container to the location, provide you with a flyer to promote your drive and provide support to your organization when it comes time to deliver the donations. We also promote the food drive on our social media sites.

For more information or to schedule your company or organization's Fall 2014 food drive, please call our office at 610-543-6300. Pictured: Staff at Care Link In Eddystone, PA.

 If you have an adult loved one who is in need of medication reminders or meal preparation in Broomall, Eddystone or surrounding area, please give Comfort Keepers a call to ask how we can help - (610) 543-6300. Comfort Keepers also provides drivers for seniors referred to as incidental transportation - one other service Comfort Keepers provides must be completed in Haverford, Bryn Mawr, Chester Heights and surrounding areas.

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