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Local insurance agency Angels for Aging campaign brings comfort to seniors

Recently team members at Frailey Insurance and Financial Services helped to load numerous gifts collected through the “Angels for Aging” campaign. These gifts were donated by clients, team members, the public, service clubs, and local businesses such as Phoenix Athletica, LLC. Frailey Insurance and Financial Services partnered with Monroe County Area Agency on Aging and The Gardens at Stroud. Every gift donated through this campaign was given to a Monroe County senior. Gifts included essentials, cozy bed blankets, and adult coloring books. In its seventh year, this campaign continues to show seniors their community cares about them. “On behalf of The Gardens at Stroud we would like to extend our deepest gratitude for the gifts the Frailey team is providing to our residents this Christmas season. Our community is blessed to have an organization such as yours so gracious and caring. Your kindness and generosity will reach the hearts of so many of our residents this holiday season. These gifts are a beautiful reminder of the kindness that exists in our community and they will help bring joy to some of the most deserving and often forgotten people in our community,” says Stephen Maganzini, Administrator, The Gardens at Stroud. Kristina Trostle, Outreach, Intake, Referral & Assessment Supervisor, Monroe County Area Agency on Aging helped to load and distribute the gifts. “Monroe County Area Agency on Aging is humbled by the overflowing generosity of Frailey Insurance and Financial Services. Aging care Managers nominate low income seniors who receive services and lack a support system. For most of these seniors, the donations from this campaign will be the only gifts they receive this holiday season. Thanks to the Frailey team, Monroe County’s most vulnerable, and often forgotten seniors; will receive joy this holiday,” states Trostle. If you would like the Frailey team to partner with your organization, you may contact Carole’ Ann F. Bowyer at 570-421-7447 x105.