Good Neighbors

Interfaith Program Impacts 33 Senior Community Residences

Serving Our Seniors is a day of service to assist senior adults in the community with projects at their homes. Since the program’s inception in 2007, Interfaith of The Woodlands has assisted senior neighbors with many home projects on this day of community-wide service. Interfaith is excited about the return of this program after being suspended for the last 18 months due to COVID-19.

On Saturday, October 16th, more than 120 community volunteers gathered in Interfaith of The Woodlands parking lot to receive their specific assignments. Interfaith volunteers dispersed to spend a beautiful fall day helping senior residents in our community with various painting, gardening, yardwork, cleaning, and home repair projects.

“Serving Our Seniors biannual Day of Service symbolizes the generosity of our neighbors and the desire to help our Seniors age in place,” said Missy Herndon, Interfaith of The Woodlands President and CEO, “We are grateful for the partnership with The Woodlands Township and the time and talents of our many volunteers, who make this program possible.”

For more information on Interfaith programs and services, or to become a volunteer, visit woodlandsinterfaith.org or call (281) 367-1230.

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