On behalf of Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service (SFCS), I would like to formally thank the many Scarsdale residents who so willingly and eagerly volunteered their time and service for the care of our senior citizens over the past six months. Whether you participated in our “Adopt a Senior” program making grocery runs and friendly check-in calls, or delivered delicious baked goods with inspirational messages through our “Sweets for Seniors” outreach, or are one of our “Friendly Visitors” for a homebound client, you provided a vital and meaningful service to those most impacted by the isolation caused by COVID-19.

You were, and are, a reliable friend for those most in need, and your caring acts of kindness will always be deeply appreciated and valued, not just by the senior citizens, but by an organization that seeks to extoll such virtues in its best practices and procedures. Your time and compassion have made an enormous difference in the lives of the most cherished members of our community.

MARYELLEN SAENGER, LMHC

Aging in Place Coordinator

Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service

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