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COHOES - The Cohoes Multi-Service Senior Citizens Center is excited to announce the addition of the Cohoes Bridges Out of Poverty program as a new affiliate program, effective March 1, 2014. Cohoes Bridges will be operating under the direction of the Cohoes Senior Center, giving the program the ability to expand its services to Cohoes and the surrounding communities. The Bridges program is two-fold. It serves to further train agencies, government, schools, non-profits and businesses in the hidden rules of economic class while also training and mentoring those in generational poverty. If you would like more information about the Cohoes Bridges program, you may contact Brittney Hunt at email@example.com or (518) 935-3381. You may also contact Keith Hornbrook, Executive Director of the Cohoes Multi-Service Senior Citizens Center, for additional information at (518) 235-2420.
Brittney Hunt - Bridges Coordinator Cohoes Bridges Out of Poverty: An Affiliate Program of the Cohoes Multi-Service Senior Citizens Center
We would like to get 100 people to donate $100 over the next few weeks to help us reach our goal of
Every donation amount helps us reach our goal though.
Donations can be made at www.cohoesseniorcenter.org
or by mail to
Cohoes Senior Center,
10 Cayuga Plaza
Cohoes, NY 12047.
Since 1967, the Cohoes Senior Center has been promoting the dignity of older adults living in the community and providing programs and services needed to support their living healthy and productive lives. We are able to make programs like Meals on Wheels, transportation, adult day care, senior dining, and a variety of other health, recreational and social programs possible with the support of donors like you. 90 cents of every dollar you donate goes directly into providing programs. The other 10 cents doesn’t go to waste though. It’s the cost of running and managing all of these programs and services. We’re proud that we are able to make every dollar you donate count by getting food on the table, getting someone to a doctor’s appointment, giving much needed care to a senior and relief to their caregiver, and keeping our seniors connected to each other and their community.
Please consider making your dollars count this winter season by making a donation to the Cohoes Senior Center. You can use the back of this card and the enclosed envelope to send in your gift. Don’t wait! Make a gift today.
Keith Hornbrook - Executive Director
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“Adult Day Services, Congregate Dining, Home Delivered Meals, and Transportation services are funded in large part through support from the
Albany County Department for Aging,
the New York State Office for Aging,
and the Administration on Aging.
Additional support for these program and support for other programs offered comes from donors and community businesses like you.”
Cohoes Multi-Service Senior Citizen Center, Inc.
10 Cayuga PlazaCohoes, NY 12047
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