SCS was one of five organizations from across the country that competed for votes on Monday June 6 and plans to use the vehicle to deliver meals to homebound Atlanta seniors through its Meals On Wheels Atlanta program. According to Jeffrey Smythe, Executive Director of SCS, teamwork played an important role in winning the contest. “I am so excited and grateful! What an amazing team effort from so many great supporters. Their hard work made sure that more seniors will benefit from our services.”
Senior Citizen Services of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., a nonprofit, community-based organization, has been providing services since 1965 and is designed to support senior independence through meals, shelter, education, and community. Their programs include Meals on Wheels Atlanta, Home Repair Services, Vivian T. Minor Adult Day Care for Alzheimer’s/Dementia, and Fulton County Neighborhood Senior Centers. For more information on programs, please visit http://www.scsatl.org/.