Each year, local food banks work tirelessly to ensure their shelves are stocked to provide families with more than they need for their holiday celebrations. This year, SALMON Health and Retirement has committed to help. For everyone that tours one of SALMON’s independent living, assisted living, or memory care communities between November 1 and November 21, SALMON will donate a homemade pie to a local foodbank in their name.
The Willows Premier Retirement Community and Whitney Place Assisted Living & Memory Care, SALMON’s independent, assisted living, and memory care communities, span the organization’s portfolio in Medway, Natick, Northborough, Sharon, Westborough, and Worcester. The SALMON staff are excited to show off their campuses to visitors who also want to make a difference in the lives of local families in need.
Director of Sales, Jonathan Terlaje at Whitney Place at Sharon, says, “The support and connection we have to our surrounding community is important – any opportunity we have to give back is one we want to take.”
CEO Matt Salmon states, “The holiday season is a busy time at SALMON. Families use the holidays to spend quality time with their older loved ones, socializing, and bonding together. As you consider a tour of one of our campuses, think about how you’ll not only bring joy to our Residents, but how your contribution will benefit a local family in need.”
On November 22, the SALMON Worcester campus will donate Gerardo’s Bakery pies to the Worcester County Food Bank. On November 23, the Sharon campus will donate Wards Berry Farm pies to Ilse Marks Food Pantry, the Natick campus will donate pies from Ever So Humble Pie Company to the Hope Food Pantry, and Medway, Northborough and Westborough campuses will donate their homemade pies to the Medway, Northborough, and Westborough town Food Pantries respectively.
To learn more about ways to tour our communities, visit www.SalmonHealth.com.
About SALMON Health and Retirement SALMON Health and Retirement is a trusted leader in the operation of senior living communities. Founded as a skilled nursing center in 1952 by Dan and Helen Salmon, today, the third generation of the Salmon family runs the region’s only complete care continuum—from active living to hospice care, and everything in between. To learn more, please visit www.SalmonHealth.com. SALMON at Medway is the organization’s newest community, offering active independent living, assisted living, and memory care. For more information, please visit www.MedwaySeniorLiving.com.