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Steve Zollos, CEO, Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia
Steve Zollos discovered a desire to help seniors early in life.
SSSEVA getting the word out to more seniors to take advantage of service
Though its medical bus service is more than a year old, Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia is still trying to get the word out so more seniors will take advantage of it to get to appointments.
Thanks to Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation, Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia will be able to better serve seniors this year through its Care Transitions program.
The agency is just one of more than 200 nonprofit organizations awarded a critical community needs grant from the foundation to help feed, shelter and care for people in need.
SSSEVA program receives grant from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation
Organizations like Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia to help seniors navigate things like long-term care planning.
This city has an ever-growing aging population and its up to organizations like Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia to help them navigate things like long term care planning.
SSSEVA earns thousands by participating in 2018-2019 Subaru Share the Love Event
The funds will support the many programs and services that Senior Services makes available to seniors 60 and over and their caregiver families in communities throughout South Hampton Roads and Western Tidewater.
Senior Services provides resources during event.
Corn on the cob, pulled pork, face masks and African drumming were all part of the Lefcoe Leadership community service project this year in Portsmouth.
SSSEVA help for seniors
Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia served over 100 thousand meals last year to homes right here in Hampton Roads. Not only will the good folks at SSEVA take meals to seniors, but they also offer food in a congregate setting such as the East Suffolk Recreation Center. It's part of their March for Meals program. Find out more in this week's Reck on the Road.
SSSEVA holds March for Meals Community Champions event in Suffolk
Senior Services celebrates Community Champions Week.
Rep. Elaine Luria, Virginia Beach Mayor Bobby Dyer and Councilwoman Rosemary Wilson, along with other Virginia Beach public officials and business leaders, will join Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia as part of Meals on Wheels of America’s 17th annual “March for Meals.”