Neighborhood Health Association, Taylor Automotive and Seaway Foods Conduct Holiday Turkey Give-Away for Seniors

Terry Crosby – center – and two seniors at the J. Frank Troy Center

Special to The Truth

“I felt so good for the aspect of helping seniors at both places,” said Terry Crosby, community relations representative for Taylor Automotive.

On Thursday, December 22, Tylor Automotive and Seaway Foods partnered with the Neighborhood Health Association (NHA) to hold a turkey give-away at the Mayors and Troy Senior Centers, two facilities operated by NHA and the Area Office on Aging.

Taylor Automotive is a nationally recognized and family-owned automotive retailer with a strong history of philanthropy to Toledo and commitment to supporting those issues important to a healthy and thriving community.

Seaway Foods is one of the few grocery stores located in Toledo’s central city. It is often a partner in projects designed to assist the area’s neediest residents.

The Neighborhood Health Association is a Toledo health care provider with a 53-year history of providing care to Toledo’s underserved neighborhoods.

The event was held at noon at the Mayores Center and at 1:30 pm at the Troy Senior Center.

“We were so proud to partner with Doni Miller and the Neighborhood Health Association,” said Crosby. “It was very positive and a very meaningful event. People were so appreciative.”

The organizations gave away nearly 200 turkeys to seniors in preparation for their holiday dinners.