Clients at the La Vida Buena Adult Day Care help families this Thanksgiving by donating canned goods to the local ministry and non-profit organization S.A.M.E.
This Thanksgiving the staff at La Vida Buena Adult Day Care decided to use their Chalupa activity as a way to give back. Each player brought a canned good to play their Chalupa card.
Chalupa is Mexican-style bingo that is a fan favorite for most South Texas Adult Care Centers.
The canned food was given to S.A.M.E ministries that helps serve the unfortunate in the community and surrounding areas with food, clothing and prayer. Olga Acuna ministers the program and believes in providing support for the community and serving the community in areas of need.
The adult day care is a Department of Aging and Disability (DADS) funded from the state that specialized in daily activities and meals to provide socialization and community for those that qualify for the program.