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3 01, 2018

Keeping my New Year’s resolution, a post by CEO, John Sayles

2018-01-03T10:15:34-04:00

Keeping my New Year’s resolution, a post by CEO, John Sayles January 3, 2018 - Happy New Year! I wrote last year about gratitude: from the Latin “gratus”, meaning pleasing or thankful and “tudo” meaning a state of. Sometimes you have to dig deep to find a word’s meaning. Not here. This year I am [...]

Keeping my New Year’s resolution, a post by CEO, John Sayles2018-01-03T10:15:34-04:00
5 06, 2014

Food Stamps: An Aid Program Too Often Neglected

2017-11-08T16:16:43-04:00

By Paula Span • Posted: The New York Times, The New Old Age Blog, March 28, 2014 When Telma Lopez could earn a modest living cleaning houses, she got along without food stamps. But now that she’s 64, suffers from chronic back pain and relies on Social Security disability benefits, “everything is too much money [...]

Food Stamps: An Aid Program Too Often Neglected2017-11-08T16:16:43-04:00
8 05, 2014

Older Americans. A Post from CEO John Sayles

2017-11-08T16:16:46-04:00

Our low-income seniors are often the most reluctant of our neighbors to ask for or accept help. The data shows that fewer eligible seniors sign up for 3SquaresVT than any other age group. Seniors who use the federal Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) through the Vermont Foodbank often qualify for but are not enrolled in [...]

Older Americans. A Post from CEO John Sayles2017-11-08T16:16:46-04:00