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Programs & Services

Angel Tree Program

Every holiday season, there are older neighbors without families or who spend the holidays alone. Angel tree gets the community members to give back by adopting an older "angel" and fill a box with goodies. 

To be an "angel," one must be the recipient of one of the Council on Aging's services. Community members can either adopt angels or donate goods to help fill the angel tree boxes. 

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Commodity Box

Once a month, Harvest Hope Foodbank helps improve health in lower income communities by providing nutritious, 100 percent domestic USDA Foods for those aged 60 and up. This program is open to anyone in the community. 

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Shopping

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Pet Supplies

Winnsboro Senior Center

Friends and neighbors aged 60 and up can become a part of the vibrant community at the Winnsboro Senior Center--a 5000 square foot facility dedicated to serving the seniors of Fairfield County. The facility boasts a large communal dining room, a library, a multipurpose room and an exercise room for use. Programs are offered daily along with a delicious, nutritionally balanced meal. 

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Coop

Once a month, community members can purchase a variety bag of fruits and vegetables for $6. Contact the FCCOA office at 803-635-3015 for more information. 

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Senior Farmer's Market Voucher Program

Senior Farmers market voucher is an income-based program older community members can apply for. If approved, they get a voucher that is redeemable at select farmers markets that are a part of the program.

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Transportation

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