Caring Matters Home Care Pittsburgh Helps Kids and Seniors

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Caring Matters Home Care Pittsburgh spearheads donation drive for Operation Warm to help supply brand new winter coats to children, and hosts senior bingo night.

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Help us give a child in need a new winter coat and you will be helping boost their self-confidence, peer acceptance, school attendance and overall wellness.

Caring Matters Home Care Pittsburgh will be collecting funds from now until November 11 for Operation Warm as part of the NALA’s collective cause marketing program, which encourages businesses across the country to collect at the same time to make a bigger impact. The mission of Operation Warm is to provide brand new winter coats to children in need.

To donate to Operation Warm through Caring Matters Home Care Pittsburgh, visit their donation page. In addition to specific personal care, Caring Matters offers a range of services for seniors who need companionship and social interaction to help them stay active and ensure their well-being.

“Help us give a child in need a new winter coat and you will be helping boost their self-confidence, peer acceptance, school attendance and overall wellness,” said Justin Holiday, of Caring Matters Home Care Pittsburgh.

Operation Warm works year-round to create colorful winter coats made just for kids. Every $20 provides a high-quality, brand new winter coat to a child who needs it most. Since 1998, Operation Warm has provided warmth, confidence and hope by manufacturing and distributing winter coats to over 3 million children in need throughout the U.S. By actually manufacturing the coats it distributes, Operation Warm is able to efficiently control logistics, costs and inventory.

Caring Matters Home Care Pittsburgh will also be hosting one of many senior bingo activities on Thursday, September 26, at 1:30 p.m. The event takes place at Munhall Retirement Residence, 1000 Andrews Street in Munhall. There will be a 30-minute presentation about Caring Matters Home Care and the services it offers followed by refreshments and bingo. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. Caring Matters Home Care Pittsburgh is also having a bingo night the following day at Brinton Towers in Braddock Hills.

About Caring Matters Home Care Pittsburgh
Caring Matters Home Care Pittsburgh offers senior care, Alzheimer’s dementia care, hands-on personal care, hands-off non-personal care, morning and evening care, sick injured recovery assistance, new mom assistance, and special needs care. For more information, call (412) 888-6349, or visit http://www.caringmatterspittsburgh.com/. Caring Matters Home Care is located at 556 Brown Avenue, Turtle Creek, PA 15145.

About Operation Warm
Operation Warm is a national nonprofit that creates brand new, high-quality coats and gives them away to children in need. Every child, regardless of their economic situation, deserves a brand new coat. We partner with compassionate individuals and organizations across North America to give a gift of warmth, confidence and hope. Operation Warm believes a brand new coat is more than a coat, promoting self-esteem, school attendance and outdoor play. For more information, visit http://www.operationwarm.org.

For media inquiries, please call the NALA at 805.650.6121, ext. 361.

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