Residents and associates at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga, collected cash donations, toiletries and baby care items to send to the flood victims in Louisiana.

“Our residents were so grateful for the opportunity to reach out to those affected by the floods in Louisiana,” says Alisha Landes, executive director at The Lantern at Chattanooga.

The residents expressed their deepest sympathy through handmade cards filled with heartfelt words of encouragement and support.

As part of the Meaningful Day™ program, residents at the memory care community lend a helping hand to those in need through donations, food and clothing drives, fundraisers and other acts of kindness.

Photo: (left to right) Judy Gray and Shirley Millisor, The Lantern at Chattanooga residents, Alisha Landes, executive director at The Lantern at Chattanooga, and Ann Voegele and Elizabeth Bracken, The Lantern at Chattanooga residents with handmade sympathy cards, toiletries, baby care items and other donations for victims of the recent Louisiana flood.