Everyone is invited to learn about Community Servings, a not-for-profit food and nutrition program that offers, at no cost, prepared meals to people with critical and chronic illnesses, including cancer, and their caregivers. Their goal is to help people maintain their health and dignity and preserve the integrity of their families through providing culturally appropriate, home-delivered, nutrition education and other community programs at a time when people are most in need of nutritional support. To register, please call 781-610-1490.
“Community Servings is a wonderful program that has provided nutrition and hope to families across the region. We are fortunate to have their services include families on the South Shore and we invite people to come and learn more about the important work that they do and the programs that they offer,” said Megan Bettencourt, Executive Director of The Cancer Support Community of MA South Shore.
About The Cancer Support Community Massachusetts South Shore
The Cancer Support Community-Mass South Shore is one of the 50 chartered affiliates, and the only one in New England, of the National Cancer Support Community, headquartered in Washington, DC. Its mission is to offer emotional support, education and hope, through professionally led programs, to people who have been impacted by cancer. All programs are offered at no cost to participants due to the generosity of individual, group and corporate donations, grants and bequests. The Cancer Support Community- Mass South Shore is a division of the NVNA Foundation and is located at 120 Longwater Drive in Norwell. For further information please call 781-610-1490 or visit www.cancersupportcommunityma.org.