Semmax Financial Group 2019 Charity of Choice
Senior Services of Forsyth County
Over the years, we have supported several local charities and helped raise thousands of dollars for many of the charities listed below. This year, we are choosing to support Senior Services of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. It is our goal to raise $10,000 – the amount needed to help provide Meals-on-Wheels to five area seniors at risk of malnutrition for one year. One of the many reasons we are choosing to support this organization is because we have seen firsthand how it helps our community’s older adults.
Senior Services' mission is to help Forsyth County's older adults remain at home for as long as possible, living with dignity and purpose. Individuals who cannot afford to pay for services are of special concern to Senior Services and are assisted to every extent possible through philanthropic contributions and available public funds. Senior Services operates seven programs to achieve its mission; Meals-On-Wheels, The Elizabeth and Tab Williams Adult Day Center, Home Care, Living-at-Home, Senior Lunch, Help Line and Elder Care Choices, a consultation and referral service for working caregivers. In the words of one participant: “I am unable to stand and prepare meals for myself. I am really thankful for Meals-on-Wheels and the friendly volunteers.”
We will be accepting donations for Senior Services throughout the year at various events and workshops. If you would like to make a donation at any time, you can make a check payable to “Senior Services ” and send it to our office at 1447 Trademart Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC 27127, and we will ensure it is received by Senior Services.
Semmax Financial Group is honored to partner with these fine charities.
- Second Harvest Food Bank
- Wounded Warrior Project
- Children’s Cancer Patients Support
- Jenna Foundation
- Radiate Student Ministry
- Salvation Army Angel Tree
- Honduras San Pedro Sula Church building fund
- Winston Salem Rescue Mission
- The Children’s Home
- Alzheimer’s Association, A Ride to Remember