Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers has received an influx of calls from senior citizens and physically disabled adults who need help shoveling their walks.
Loudoun Interfaith Relief, the county’s largest food pantry, plans to deliver food to many of Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers’ clients and the heavy snow will make it difficult to do so.
“We need to deliver food to some of these folks tomorrow,” Loudoun Interfaith Relief Executive Director Jennifer Montgomery said.
Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers is a nonprofit organization of more than 220 volunteers. Its primary mission is to help frail elderly and physically disabled adults.
Anyone who can lend a hand is asked to contact Betsy Johnson at BJohnson@lvcaregivers.org.