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BNN News Interviews Nicci Meadow, ABCD Director of Elder Services 

Posted by ABCD Public Information 2/4/2015 Categories: ABCD Elderly

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Report: Program Helps Meet Elder Food Needs 

Posted by ABCD Public Information 1/22/2014 Categories: Elder Services Elderly

by Boston Neighborhood Network News, Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Report: Program Helps Meet Elder Food Needs

Video. A new report shows ABCD's "Food Dollars" program help meet the need of low-income elders to stretch budgets, get more healthy food and access to benefits. Report aired January 21.

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ABCD President/CEO John Drew goes "live" on FOX25 evening, how the shut down impacts people trying to hear their homes 

Posted by ABCD Public Information 10/15/2013 Categories: ABCD Elderly Energy Program Fuel Assistance Government Shutdown

ABCD President/CEO John Drew goes "live" on FOX25 evening news and explains how the shut down impacts people trying to hear their homes. 

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Successful Whole Foods Drive Supports ABCD North End / West End Neighborhood Service Center 

Posted by ABCD Public Information 9/21/2013 Categories: ABCD Elderly

Thank you Whole Foods! ABCD North End/West End Neighborhood Service Center (NE/WE NSC) thanks Whole Foods Market on Cambridge Street for heading up the outstanding “Wish-List” fundraiser on August 29th to increase supplies in the ABCD West End Emergency Food Pantry located in the Boston Public Library at 151 Cambridge Street. Read more.

ABCD Center Holding Food Drive at Whole Foods on January 19, 2013 

1/17/2013 Categories: ABCD Elderly

Northendwaterfront.com | Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Whole Foods Market at Charles River Plaza, located at 181 Cambridge Street in Boston, is hosting a food drive to benefit the ABCD West End Food Pantry...

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Income for elderly falls short, study finds 

3/1/2012 Categories: Elderly Poverty

Massachusetts seniors face largest gap in US

By Gail Waterhouse |  GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   
MARCH 01, 2012

The elderly in Massachusetts struggle with the nation’s largest shortfall between income and costs, with the age group’s median income covering only about 60 percent of basic living expenses here, according to a study to be released today.

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