Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis is known for helping kids in need across the nation, and Morning Pointe of Franklin (IN) residents wanted to help do their part to bring the joy of Easter to the children.
Morning Pointe Senior Living communities in five states across the Southeast will recognize thousands of individuals who have dedicated their time to community service and acts of kindness during National Volunteer Week, which takes place April 23 through April 27.
Lucas’ family went through the caregiving process with his grandmother. Understanding the difficulty experienced by his parents, Lucas was drawn to investigate the subject of aging care, and eventually to Morning Pointe of Franklin.
In response to the heartache, the residents at Morning Pointe of Franklin offered hope, wanting nothing more than to show the victims’ families that the community cares.
Morning Pointe of Franklin joins local businesses and sponsors in serving nearly 10 gallons of soup to hungry attendees during the Habitat for Humanity’s annual Soup Bowl fundraiser.
The Johnson County Homeschooling Group enjoyed rounds of bowling and slices of pizza with the residents at Morning Pointe of Franklin.