Dec 30, 2022
AAA Coordinator of Service Enhancement and Development Kathy Bell.
CLEARFIELD, Pa. – This holiday season, local businesses collaborated to support the many services offered to area seniors through the Mature Resources Area Agency on Aging (AAA). Long-standing stationary manufacturer Kurtz Brothers, as well as Apple Catering, invited AAA staff for a unique fundraising opportunity.
At Kurtz Brothers’ annual staff Christmas party, catered by Apple, AAA staff were invited to be guest servers, and in return, all tips brought in that night would be donated to the AAA. Tips amount to a generous $324.
These funds will support the diverse array of services offered to the community by the AAA. The agency provides a full spectrum of adult medical care at the Susquehanna Wellness Clinic, provides affordable senior housing at the Dimeling Senior Residence, through shared housing options, and the new Village of Hope in West Decatur. The agency also provides nutritious meals to individuals in Clearfield County who find travel difficult, with Meals on Wheels drivers delivering 800 meals each day. The innovative Adult Day Center provides care for people who need assistance during the day while their families are at work, school, or taking care of other responsibilities. And the Centers for Active Living provide a place for seniors to socialize and participate in fun and stimulating activities.
“We could not be more grateful to Kurtz Brothers and Apple Catering for choosing us to support this holiday season,” said AAA Coordinator of Service Enhancement and Development Kathy Bell. “These organization are staples in our community, and we have so much gratitude for the contributions they’ve made to our own mission of supporting those in this same community.”
The Mature Resources AAA is a charitable, non-profit corporation dedicated to providing a comprehensive range of the highest quality health and human services to residents of Clearfield County. For more information visit http://www.matureresources.life