Senior Services seeks wish list items for seniors in need

Published 12:00 am Thursday, July 8, 2021

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WINSTON-SALEM — Many older adults in our community are alone, hungry and struggling to meet basic needs. Senior Services is partnering with Piedmont Federal Savings Bank for their 10th annual Christmas in July item drive to collect needed food, household and personal care supplies to help change the lives of Senior Services program participants for the better and help them to remain in their homes, living with dignity and aging with purpose.

Individuals, faith organizations, and civic groups are invited to donate items on the Christmas in July wish list now through July 31. The list includes canned goods and shelf-stable food items like cereal, canned fruit and vegetables, peanut butter and soup. It also includes household helps, such as paper towels and dishwashing liquid, and personal care items like deodorant, body wash, and adult disposable undergarments. The complete wish list is available on the Senior Services website at

Contributions and donations may be dropped off at any of the Forsyth County branches of Piedmont Federal Savings Bank or deliver your donations to Senior Services, 2895 Shorefair Drive. Financial donations are also appreciated and can be made online at

Senior Services is a private, nonprofit agency, that has been operating in Winston-Salem for more than 50 years, with a mission to help older adults in Forsyth County remain at home as long as possible, living with dignity. Senior Services currently has seven major programs that respond to the needs of the elderly:

  • The Elizabeth and Tab Williams Adult Day Center
  • Meals-On-Wheels
  • Help Line
  • Home Care
  • Senior Lunch
  • Living-at-Home
  • Elder Care Choices

Anyone wishing to volunteer or donate can call 336-725-0907 or visit