Write a Mother’s Day note to a homebound elderly New Yorker

They will treasure your words now more than ever

Mother’s Day has always been painful for homebound elderly New Yorkers like 77-year-old Gretty. Ever since her son died and her husband went to live in a nursing home, Gretty is on her own. Now, as more people get vaccinated and reunite with loved ones, the reality is that for the frail aged neighbors we serve, there is no reunion. Many of our meal recipients have outlived family, friends… and sometimes even their own children.

Please, send a kind message now. It’s a simple yet thoughtful way to let your isolated elderly neighbors know that even as the pandemic abates, they will never be forgotten. We’ll hand-deliver your note with a special meal, while continuing to prioritize the safety of our staff and recipients.

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