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Food For Thought 

On Sunday, May 15, 2016, ElderNet held its annual Spring Fundraiser "Food for Thought" at the Appleford Estate in Villanova. 

​Our honorees were:

* Community Leadership Award ~ Nicholas DeBenedictis

* Good Neighbor Award ~ Nancy Kirby

* Community Good Neighbor Award ~ Ardmore Presbyterian Church

* Volunteer of the Year ~ Bruce Waddington of Wynnewood

Hunger isn't seasonal, which is why we need your help. Hold a food drive with your school or business to help your neighbors in need. Bring donations of canned or packaged food and produce or dairy to ElderNet's Ada Mutch Food Pantry. 

Locally, ElderNet is a vocal advocate for enabling the frail elderly, disabled and low income community residents of Lower Merion and Narberth to live in dignity and safety in their homes, and to increase their quality of life. 

ElderNet's Annual Food For Thought at Appleford will be held on Sunday, May 15th from 3 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Orpheus Club will sing for us again this year. Honorees will be announced at a later date.

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Since 1976, ElderNet has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the at-risk elderly and disabled adults of Lower Merion and Narberth. ElderNet's partnerships for outreach have allowed us to expand our programs and services to include low income individuals and families in need. 

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​Neighbors Helping Neighbors is possible only through the generous gifts of volunteer time and community support.