Salvation Army volunteer coordinator Bill Vogt said having extra volunteers made a big difference.
“We can only do so much,” Vogt said. “When a company comes in like this, they always bring such energy into these projects.”
Madden said the goal of the meals on wheels program is to keep seniors in their homes, where they are most comfortable. Gathering volunteers to help with yard work just made sense.
“The seniors that we are working with are at about 75 years old, some of our individuals are even over 100 years old, just imagine taking care of yourself. That’s enough of a challenge let alone taking care of your yard,” Madden said.
ITW Medical truly adopted the idea of caring for the community, Peters said.
“We are grateful to ITW Medical for supporting the Day of Caring and also giving back to our county,” Peters said.