Aging Services of North Central Massachusetts (ASNCM) is pleased to announce that St. Anna Catholic School of 213 Lancaster Street in Leominster generously gave a donation of over 1,500 pairs of socks to the aging community of North Central Massachusetts.
Traditionally referred to as “Socks for Santa”, ASNCM annually collaborates with Mrs. Denise Lawson’s 3rd grade class. To be exact, Mrs. Lawson’s students raised a record-breaking number of brand-new socks this year which will come in handy for our region’s aging community this winter.
“We (St Anna School) encourage and teach our students to help those in our community and show empathy by doing”, said Denise Lawson. “Our Socks for Santa drive is just one way we work together as a school community to help those around us.”
“We are so very grateful to the students and families of Mrs. Lawson’s 3rd grade class at St. Anna’s School. The generosity and the caring spirit of these children and their families is profound and will have a positive impact on older adults in our community”, stated Lori A. Richardson, ASNCM’s Chief Executive Officer.
Business or community members interested in learning more about ASNCM should visit www.AgingServicesMA.org or contact David Ginisi, Chief Marketing Officer, at (978) 466-1571 or via email at DGinisi@asncm.org.