Here4Seniors help feed Seniors Breakfast

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On Saturday, April 14, 2012, we helped The South Ward Concerned Citizens of Newark, NJ feed seniors and disabled residents at their 2nd annual Breakfast. A partner of ours saw their post on Steve Harvey’s page and immediately forward the information to us. Once received, we reached out to the South Ward and they accepted our invitation of help. We are happy that we were able to assist in their beautiful event. We had no problem coming across the bridge to help make a difference.

My team and I prepared 52 meals for shut in seniors and made 75+ meals onsite. We also donated 9 cases of water for the residents.

We look forward to helping the South Ward Concerned Citizens in the future.

About The South Ward Concerned Citizens

The mission of the South Ward Concerned Citizens is to increase awareness of the social and economic policies and the implications for the community. It is to promote activism and civic responsibility and motivate the members of the community to take an active role in voicing their concerns and demanding to be including in shaping the decision of social and economic services. We further seek to identify and inform the community of social services programs available that increase the quality of life for them and provide relief. Additionally, we seek to motivate individuals to utilize programs to improve themselves to uplift them so they can become part of the mainstream. Finally, we seek as an organization to identify with organizations that work on behalf of the community and put the interest of the community first.

For more information about their organization, please contact the organizations at 862-755-5485973-920-8119, or 973-873-3276.

Please see more pictures of this beautiful event on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/angelacares2011.

Thank you,

AngelaCARES, Inc.

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