Home Care in Pittsburgh PA
Extended Family Care of Pittsburgh with the assistance of the management team of Penn Center East, sponsored a local food drive in December in support of the North Hills Community Outreach
Center. Various food collection sites were placed throughout Penn Center East hoping to gain local support. The project was named “Restock the Pantry” as an effort to replenish the food supply that generally depletes shortly after the Thanksgiving holiday.
Total food donations were brought North Hills Community Outreach in January and were expected to be valued over $600. “The building tenants really showed their genuine support of our efforts”, stated Barry Layton, General Manager of M&J Wilkow, Penn Center East Management Group.
Seth Gehman was also excited that the employees of Extended Family Care made such substantial contributions. “It’s great to see how much our employees care about those less fortunate than themselves. We always thought our employees were special, but their efforts last month proved our theory”, Seth concluded.
The success of the first food drive motivated the group to continue their community service efforts as a collaborative. Plans are currently being made for the next community project. For more information or to volunteer your services and support please call Laura Partridge at Extended Family Care 412-241-7292.
If you or an aging loved one are considering home care in Pittsburgh, PA, please call and talk to the caring staff at Extended Family Care of Pittsburgh at (412) 693-6009. We will answer all of your questions.
Laura has earned her MBA in Health Care Administration from Canisius College, a Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo and is currently a CPR/First Aid Instructor for the American Red Cross. Laura has sat on three Professional Advisory Committees throughout the community, has been on the Board of Directors for a non-profit nursing home, currently acts as an Advisory Board Member for the Allegheny County Respite Care Coalition, Gateway Health Plan, and the North Allegheny School District Elementary Advisory Council. She is also an active committee member of the Southwestern PA Partnership on Aging, Twilight Wish Foundation and Marshall Elementary Yearbook Committee.
Raising four active children with her husband Brian, she seems to spend more time on baseball and soccer fields than she does at home which helps her appreciate their family vacation time even more.
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