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landscape angels volunteering -helping to make properties owned by seniors on fixed incomes more presentable
GREENBURGH LANDSCAPE ANGELS LOOKING VOLUNTEERS FOR 2ND LANDSCAPE ANGEL DAY NOVEMBER 18TH
STUDENTS VOLUNTEERING TIME TO MAKE PROPERTIES OWNED BY SENIORS ON FIXED INCOMES MORE PRESENTABLE
Noah Seifer, who leads the Greenburgh Landscape Angels program, is encouraging more volunteers to participate in the 2nd Landscape Angel Day on November 18th. The landscape angels was started by Greenburgh summer student interns in 2021.
Those who wish to donate their time to help seniors and disabled residents should complete the following form: https://forms.gle/gLGHq3RgRue57PRt8 On Saturday, November 4th, the following Landscape Angels helped seniors make their properties more presentable. Seifer said that it's a rewarding experience because "we get to directly impact the lives of those who need it the most." One of the participants, Zach Phillips, said that he helped because "it's important for us to give back to our community and ensure that everyone has a safe and clean property."
Another leader, Joey Belarge commented, “It just feels good to be able to put a smile on somebody’s face, by doing something so simple as raking some leaves”.
Participants: Joe Siegal, Zach Phillips, Joey Belarge, Ethan Kaplan, Surby Julka, Ryan Tucker, Tai Nakamura, Fintan McGorty
All the Landscape Angels will receive certificates of appreciation at the Greenburgh Town Board meeting on Monday, November 20th, at 7:30 PM at the Greenburgh Town Hall. These students are inspirations--giving back, helping others.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor