Back in April, we announced a request for groceries and food to help nourish our residents throughout the pandemic. Throughout the spring and summer, we’ve received an incredible response that resulted in donations from both the Glendale Sunrise and Noon Rotary Clubs, Super King, Glendale Community Church, Olive Garden, and most recently Ability on the Move. It’s clear that the Glendale and nearby communities are committed to their support of organizations like The Campbell Center: they embody the maxim “it takes a village”.
The most recent donation came from Ability on the Move, an organization that is committed to serving the community by supporting disabled seniors and children in need of emergency food. They provided burritos to our residents from Sugar Taco, a plant-based restaurant in Los Angeles. Our residents were thrilled to try these burritos and they thoroughly enjoyed them. TCC Resident and Board Member Gregory J. said, “It was delicious and new! I’ve never had a plant-based burrito before.”
Jamie and Brett from Sugar Tacos and TCC staff and residents at the Hamilton House
Jamie and Brett of Sugar Taco delivered burritos to our residence, the Hamilton House. Check it out – doesn’t that look delicious?
In addition to their donation of burritos, Ability on the Move donated items from Target to make sure all our residents’ needs are met during the pandemic.
Inspired by the generosity of others and want to sponsor a meal at a TCC residence? Contact us for information!