From left to proper: Daniel Nobles, SECU Foundation Grants Analyst; Caitlin Duke, SECU Foundation Grants Supervisor; T. Lee Covington, Senior Services President and CEO; and Damien Carter, SECU Regional Senior Vice President.
WINSTON-SALEM, NC, Feb. 20, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The SECU Foundation not too long ago awarded a $500,000 grant to Senior Services, a Forsyth County non-profit group devoted to assembly the wants of older folks and their caregivers. gives packages that meet The grant will support the campus expansion of a brand new Intergenerational Arts and Wellness Middle, which can present complete take care of underserved and at-risk seniors.
By means of the middle, the non-profit group will present supportive companies to seniors in bodily well being, dementia care and experiential arts training, caregiver respite companies, and scientific companies throughout the age group.
“Senior Services has been a valuable resource in the Winston-Salem area for many years, and the demand for their services continues to grow,” stated SECU Regional Senior Vice President Damian Carter. “We are excited to support their campus expansion as they work diligently to provide seniors and their families with comfort and safety.”
“We are honored and excited that the SECU Foundation is working with us to complete the construction of our new, unique Intergenerational Arts and Wellness Center,” stated T. Lee Covington, President and CEO of Senior Services. “The SECU Foundation has a historical past of supporting impactful neighborhood initiatives. We’re assured that our new heart may have an amazing impression on the Forsyth County neighborhood, constructing on our dedication to serving to older adults dwell at dwelling, with dignity, and as they age. Primarily based on 60 years of historical past.
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A nonprofit, member-owned monetary cooperative, SECU has been offering shopper monetary companies to North Carolina staff and their households for over 85 years. SECU is the second largest credit score union in the US with $53 billion in property. It serves over 2.7 million members by 274 branches, 1,100+ ATMs, 24/7 member service by way of telephone, www.ncsecu.org and a cell app. The SECU Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charity funded by contributions from SECU members, advances area people improvement in North Carolina by high-impact initiatives primarily within the areas of housing, training, well being care and social companies. Is. Since 2004, the SECU Foundation has made a collective monetary dedication of greater than $235 million to initiatives benefiting North Carolina residents all through the state.
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