1)	Madison employees Sarah Dal Pozzo and Lexy Hagler delivered food items to the Staunton Helping Hands Center volunteer Lori Semanik.

STAUNTON - During their Employee Appreciation Week celebration in October, the employees at Madison were challenged to donate non-perishable items to the local food pantries as part of a team bonding exercise. The Madison employees collected a total of 8 milk crates and multiple boxes of food. The items were then divided evenly between the Mt. Olive Care Center and the Staunton Helping Hands Center. These donations are just a small part of Madison’s commitment to care for the communities that they serve.

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Along with donating to the local food pantries, Madison is also sponsoring the Community Hope Center’s Christmas Toy Drive once again!

Please help spread the love to a child for Christmas by donating a new and unwrapped toy for girls and boys ages 0-12. Toys will be accepted until December 6th in their main office lobby at 21668 Double Arch Road in Staunton. They thank you in advance for your generosity this holiday season.

To learn more about Madison’s services call 800-422-4848 or visit gomadison.com.

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