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Meet the Summer Co-op Group from ExxonMobil! Under the direction of their Volunteer Coordinator, Mark Mazzuco, they spent time out of their weekend volunteering with us bagging food for our AniMeals program, preparing shelf-stable meals, and working in our 'Grow to Share' donation garden pulling weeds, working on our existing beds and building new ones!! Thank you all so much for volunteering your time to help the seniors and disabled adults in our community!
We want to thank our friends at the Bridge Studio of Beaumont for continuing to support the mission here at Nutrition & Services for Seniors! Despite being heavily impacted by Harvey, this club still came together to raise funds on our behalf!! Thank you again for helping us to ensure the seniors and disabled adults in our community are able to remain at home, but not alone!
Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything!
Thank you to the Heart to Heart band for, once again, entertaining the guests at the Nutrition & Services for Seniors Dining Center!! We appreciate all you do!!
Chase Bank truly delivers the difference in our community!! This past Saturday, after spending their morning at work, they devoted their afternoon to packing approximately 2,000 shelf stable meals so that our homebound neighbors aren't with out food for the upcoming 4th of July holiday!! Thank you all for your continued dedication in support of the seniors and disabled adults in our community!!
Bruce Hoffer and Company from Temple Emanuel along with Nutrition & Services for Seniors spent the morning picking blueberries at the Griffin Blueberry Farm for the Meals on Wheels clients at NSS! Special thanks to Bruce Hoffer, Arlette Collins, Sarah Hawes, Gene Thomas, Kayla White and Colin for your help! Many thanks to the Griffin Blueberry Farm for allowing us to visit your farm and pick blueberries to be delivered to our homebound neighbors!
We were once again honored by a donation from our friend, Pastor Stewart and the Disabled American Veterans!! Thank you all so much for supporting us in our mission to deliver the differnce to the homebound and disabled in our community!!
St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Beaumont held it's annual grant ceremony on May 17th, in which several area non-profit's are awarded grant funds from the St. Mark's Annual Chili Supper and the Treasure House! This year, Nutrition & Services for Seniors is proud to announce that we were one of the recipients of a grant that will enable our transportation drivers to have remote access to ensure a higher level of safety for our clients!! Thank you again to St. Mark's for helping us 'deliver the difference' to our homebound neighbors!
.ORG is a group of local business professionals and leaders within our community who gather for a meeting each month to share their ideas, expertise and much more with thier colleagues and friends! We're delighted to be a part of this wonderful group where we are given the ability to network, connect with area businesses and help to strengthen Southeast Texas!! We were thrilled to attend the April 10th meeting and we encourage anyone looking for a networking group in our area to consider joining!!
They make an impressive photo and what a great meal they provided for our Nutrition & Services for Seniors Real Food Feast. This is Chef Charles Duitand his Lamar University Culinary Students who prepared and served a unique and delicious gluten-free meal for a sold-out culinary feast on March 21. After dinner, Dr. Robert Corbett, Lamar University Botany Professor, added to the guests’ culinary knowledge by sharing foodie experiences in Peru. This casual event with good food and good conversations has become one of our favorite events at NSS! All proceeds from the Real Food Feast benefit the Nutrition & Services for Seniors 'Grow to Share' donation garden!