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Seabrook Provides Local Non-Profit with Furniture

Cancer Support Community receives items to help provide clients with “comfort.”

News from Seabrook Village in Tinton Falls:

In its continuing effort to reach out and assist the local community, Seabrook delivered furniture to the in Eatontown.  The 12 pieces of living room-style furniture, which include four loveseats and eight lounge chairs, will assist the non-profit by providing comfort for its clients.

The furniture was delivered to the center by Lowy’s Moving Service free of charge, as a way to help in this endeavor.

 “This donation is a way for our community to help provide the Cancer Support Community furniture that will be used to help add comfort for clients, their family members and friends,” said Art Sparks, Seabrook executive director.  “Our community is one that prides itself on helping the local community whenever it can and however it can and Seabrook appreciates the opportunity to assist our neighbors and friends.”

Cancer Support Community Executive Director Ilene Winters said, “We are so appreciative to Seabrook for the donation of furniture for our Support Group room.  We had a mish mash of uncomfortable furniture before the donation. Now, we have beautiful, matching, comfortable seating for 16! When people are sick and feeling poorly, a comfortable seat in a nice setting can mean all the difference! Thank you Seabrook!”

Seabrook has also donated close to 30 pieces of furniture to other local groups, including Coastal Habitat for Humanity and Family Based Services.

Seabrook will continue its effort to provide furniture to other local non-profits in the future as the opportunity becomes available.

The Cancer Support Community provides warmth and acceptance in a safe and comfortable environment.  The organization is a resource for education and information and to gain support.  Its mission is to help people affected by cancer enhance their health and well-being through participation in professional programs of emotional support, education, and hope.  The center is open to people with cancer, their family members, caregivers, and friends.  All of the center’s programs are free of charge.

More than 1,400 people live at Seabrook, an Erickson Living full-service retirement community that promotes a vibrant lifestyle.  Erickson Living develops and manages 16 full-service retirement communities that provide worry-free living for America’s seniors – the country’s fastest-growing population segment.  Erickson Living’s refundable entrance deposit and predictable monthly service fees provide residents across the country financial peace of mind. Comprehensive health and wellness services, integrated into every community, lead to demonstrated resident benefits.  For more information, visit www.ericksonliving.com

Christina Warren January 17, 2012 at 01:57 AM
Seabrook is an awesome community! Incase you (the public) didn't know.. The seniors also make time to go to our local schools and assist with tasks to help the children and staff. Thank you for being so wonderful to Tinton Falls!!

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