Good Neighbor Day Support team members and individuals create a mural celebrating Black History Month.
Gus the Therapy Dog stopped by Day Support to spread good vibes in exchange for pets.
This summer, we partnered with Meals on Wheels to deliver food to those in need. Meals on Wheels, based in Virginia, is the oldest and largest national organization dedicated to nutrition for seniors and the homebound.
On one rainy day, we followed Byron Baxter, Day Support Program Manager, and the crew from Day Support as they loaded up the van with food and set out to serve the community.
The people who received the meals were happy to see our staff and individuals and they often invited us in for conversation.
“Even though the weather was bad,” Baxter said, “our individuals still were able to put a smile on their faces.”
Thank you to our staff, individuals, and Meals on Wheels for helping eliminate hunger in our community and demonstrate what it means to be a good neighbor. We look forward to working with Meals on Wheels again next summer.
Check out the video above and some photos below!
Last week, Day Support hosted their annual Halloween party. Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities from our Residential and Day Support programs attended the party in their best and most creative costumes. Loud music and dancing filled the festive building while individuals let loose and spent an evening full of fun and socializing. The event also featured delicious meals, drinks, and desserts!
Check out some photos from the event below. Which costume is your favorite?
Thanks to all our staff and individuals who made our Halloween party a night to remember!
Grilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool at Day Support on Memorial Day. The swings, the basketball goal, and picnic tables were in full effect on a beautiful day in Richmond.
Revisit the holiday with us through some pictures:
RICHMOND, VA - Good Neighbor is happy to be a sponsor of The Big Pig Project benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), a home away from home for families with children in the hospital.
Organizations in the community have partnered with RMHC by hand-painting concrete garden pigs that will be auctioned off on April 22nd. The money raised will go to support Richmond's Ronald McDonald House.
The Good Neighbor garden pig ("Mr. Pig") was hand-painted by the individuals at Good Neighbor Day Support, a place for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to enjoy art, exercise, technology, and other enriching activities.
Follow Mr. Pig's big journey:
A big thank you to all the individuals and staff at Good Neighbor Day Support for their wonderful contribution to The Big Pig Project.
For more information on how you can support Ronald McDonald House Charities through the The Big Pig Project, visit RMHC Richmond.