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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

In-home senior care provider Comfort Keepers of Springfield, PA has been participating in the nationwide Stop Senior Hunger campaign to collect dry goods and canned foods for low income seniors for the last 3 years.
With close to 10.000 pounds of food collected and donated, Comfort Keepers prides itself on working with community leaders and business partners to set up food drives to collect the donations. For the second year in a row, Citadel, the Federal Credit Union that has several locations in Chester and Delaware County, PA has partnered with Comfort Keepers to collect food in their Springfield location.
The food drive will take place at the Springfield location during the month of May which is Older American’s Month. Lead by Dianna Armstrong of Citadel, the employees and customers made generous donations last year to help Comfort Keepers move closer to their goal of 10.000 pounds collected. Since Comfort Keepers has collected almost 10.000 pounds, Citadel donations will help Comfort Keepers get to its next goal of 25, 0000 pounds collected by December of 2012.
For more information on Citadel Federal Credit Union, click HERE. To find address and directions to Springfield Citadel click HERE. For information on Stop Senior Hunger, click HERE and for in-home services click HERE.

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