LOUISVILLE, KY — Morning Pointe of Louisville residents and associates enjoyed getting silly to celebrate ‘Red Nose Day” during a luncheon at the senior living and memory care community.
Seniors and staff put on red noses to support the nationwide cause to benefit children’s health and wellness. Friends, family and healthcare professionals were invited to take part in the fun, which also marks the official launch of Morning Pointe’s “Pack the Pantry” Food Drive for Fern Creek Highview United Ministries. The community service project will support the ministry’s summer nutrition program.
But this act of kindness is nothing new for the residents, who inspired a yearlong volunteerism project called “Make Your Mark.” Morning Pointe senior campuses across the Southeast have teamed up with local organizations and partners to give back 20,000 hours of community service during 2017. So far, Morning Pointe has put in more than 15,000 hours, and the seniors and associates show no signs of slowing down.
For more information about the “Make Your Mark” campaign, visit www.morningpointe.com/makeyourmark.