3SquaresVT provides eligible Vermont residents with monthly benefits to help pay for groceries, ensuring individuals and families have resources to access plenty of nutritious meals.
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George Davis is the President of the SVCOA Board of Directors and has been on the board for almost 8 years.
What is the helpline? The HelpLine is a way to connect with older Vermonters and guide them to the right services.
Pamela Zagorski comes to SVCOA with over three decades of experience in healthcare and non-profit human services financial and administrative management.
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Key outcomes include over 191,000 meals served and nearly 9,000 case management and option counseling hours provided to older Vermonters
Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging (SVCOA) today announced the kick-off of its “Get Out and March for Meals” campaign which will run from March 21 through March 27.
Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging (SVCOA) has named Cinda Donton of Rutland Mental Health Services – Community Care Network, and Doug Jones of Meals on Wheels of Rutland County – TRIO Community Meals, as the agency’s 2020 Community Partners of the Year.
The PB&J Summer Slam, which will run through the end of August, will help area food shelves purchase items they need to restock their supplies.