Staying Connected

Staying Connected

Sharing News, Updates, and Stories from CiminoCare

We feel it is essential to share current events; innovations in care; and personal stories of those who make CiminoCare such a special company, including management, staff, residents, and families. We hope you’ll find the following articles to not only be educational, but also a indication of what we feel is important, inspiring, and entertaining. We truly enjoy caring for Seniors and like to share what we do to make a positive difference in the lives of those around us.

Ciminocare was a Proud Sponsor of Mobilepack Feed My Starving Children Event

The Ciminocare Team Was Extremely Proud to Sponsor This Year’s Mobilepack™ Feed My Starving Children Event and Helped Make it the HUGE Success That it Turned Out to Be!

The CiminoCare team was ready to volunteer and pack meals for children in need!

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The team at CiminoCare had an incredibly memorable and meaningful time volunteering and sponsoring this year’s 7th Annual Placer-Sacramento MobilePack™ Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) event. During the three days, nearly 2,500 volunteers, including members of our team, packed 505,440 meals that will be sent to children in need all across the world. The multitude of children who will benefit from the efforts of all of the volunteers that we worked alongside today are children whose families do not have the means to buy the food necessary to live a healthy and nutritious lifestyle. This is why our team was left feeling like our efforts will truly make a positive impact on the world, and why we would like to give a huge THANK YOU to William Jessup University for hosting us all, and to FMSC for initiating such an impactful event. We are already looking forward to sponsoring next year’s packing session and hope to help as many children next year as we were able to help this year!

To read the article published on the Placer County Online website, please visit: http://placercountyonline.com/2016/feed-starving-children-mobilepack-packs-505440-meals-malnourished-children/

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