ABC Men Inc.’s volunteers completed the mission to help the seniors and disabled in Massachusetts. Six volunteers from ABC Men Inc. left Philadelphia at 6:30am on Friday (March 6th) to embark on an eight hours Road trip to Boston, Brockton, and Dorchester MA. After hours of free snow removal for the seniors and disabled there, volunteers arrived back to Philadelphia around 3:30am on Saturday (March 7th). We helped seniors and the disabled unbury their cars from the mass snow (6 feet) and shoveled sidewalks, steps, and etc. There were many happy seniors and disabled. Thanks to the additional volunteers from the Brockton Police Department and its Housing Unit staffs. Please see a few pictures below.
Through its Adopt-a-family program, ABC Men Inc. adopted 9 families
totaling 36 Individuals. ABC conducted two gift-aways (Dec 23rd and 24th).
Families came, received and wrapped gifts. Much appreciation was
expressed. Special thanks to ABC Men Inc.’s staff, volunteers and everyone
that donated to our Adopt-a-Family program.
Special thanks to ABC Men Inc.’s 2014 Adopt-a-Family Donors:
Judge Carolyn Nichols,
Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood
Miss Philadelphia 2014 Diamond Edmonds
Mr. & Mrs. Tamara Crumb
Due to the increase this year in requests: ABC Men Inc.’s volunteers and
parents stood in the cold to help bring awareness to families in needs.
Thanks to Stanley Williams, Kenneth Walker Jr., Tina Harris, and Bonnie
Moran for joining us.
Special Thanks to KYW 1060 and Cherri Gregg, Metro Newspaper with Sam
Newshouse, NBC 10 News, ACTION 6 NEWS, Erin Edinger-Turoff(Social Media
Manager), Kevan McDaniel(Web Designer) for helping to bring awareness to