RICHMOND, KY. — Residents and associates at Morning Pointe of Richmond paid it forward during their Family Night event, filling a tote with school supplies to benefit the Madison County Family Resource and Youth Services Center.
As part of the Life Enrichment Program, the senior living community looks for opportunities to give back to those in need through philanthropic projects and intergenerational programming.
“Our residents and associates are always so grateful to give back whenever and wherever we can,” says Netza Mullins, Executive Director at Morning Pointe. “It means a lot to us to help get students off to a good start this school year.”
Photo: (left to right, front row) Netza Mullins, Executive Director at Morning Pointe of Richmond, and Ruby Cosby, Martha Lou Morris, Ogal Spicer (back row), Elzie Nicely, Jane Wallace, Nila Cheap, Fletcher Williams, Mitsue York and Ralph Blackurn, Morning Pointe of Richmond residents.