FRANKLIN, Ind. — Morning Pointe of Franklin residents celebrated National American Red Cross Founder’s Day by paying it forward. The seniors from the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community put their hands and hearts together to prepare platters of food for American Red Cross associates in Indianapolis. They enjoyed delivering the goodies, all of which were made with the most important ingredients of all — kindness and generosity.
Morning Pointe resident Janet Rynerson shared how important the Red Cross was during war times decades ago. Today, the national nonprofit continues to provide disaster relief and military support to families here and abroad, helping others since its founding in May 1881.
Morning Pointe celebrates the greater community, partnering with local organizations and nonprofits to make a difference in the lives of others as part of the life enrichment and Meaningful Day(tm) programs.
Photo: Morning Pointe of Franklin residents Blanche Eilert, Donna King, Janet Rynerson, and Roseann Hobert deliver treats to Ms. Russell and Ms. Louise at the American Red Cross location in Indianapolis on National American Red Cross Founder’s Day.