Order Adipex PillsBuy Ambien Cr 12.5 Mg In 2013, the EAT Coalition received a $150,000 grant from the Central Indiana Senior Fund, a CICF Fund, for its Alleviating Senior Hunger initiative. The grant helped EAT implement comprehensive and integrated strategies to increase low-income seniors’ knowledge of and access to nutritious food sources. This initiative was administered through CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions, Meals on Wheels of Central Indiana and other EAT coalition members.
CURRENT EAT PROGRAMS
SNAP Education and Outreach
Do you or someone you know have difficulty paying for food each month? Participating members of the EAT Coalition have been trained to provide direct SNAP enrollment assistance to low-income seniors throughout central Indiana.http://studiopaintdesign.com/tag/victorian-chair/
“EAT members have spent the last year developing our collaboration strength and resources through the coalition, and it is because of this that we can now focus on providing sustainable new services to our area seniors.”
Barb Morris, Executive Director of Meals on Wheels of Central Indiana