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Brevard County Triad Seeking Community Assistance With Senior Santa Project

BREVARD COUNTY, FL – Brevard County TRIAD is working on the 18th Annual Senior Santa Project.  The goal of the Senior Santa project is to provide the elderly in nursing homes and hospice settings with a personal gift around the holidays.  Recipients of these gifts are residents who have little or no support in the area and would not otherwise receive a special gift, when family and friends usually gather.


For 2017, TRIAD has adopted nearly 1,700 senior Brevard County residents to receive gifts.  To accomplish this, they need assistance from the community.  Santa face ornaments with specific items these seniors want or need have been placed on Senior Santa trees located at the Schechter Community Center Satellite Beach; One Senior Place on Spyglass Hill Road, Viera; Parrish Senior Solutions office on Century Medical Drive, Titusville; Titusville Police Department on John Glenn Blvd., Titusville and the Palm Bay Chamber office on U.S. 1, Palm Bay.   Check at the Senior Santa tree location for a list of Gift Drop Off locations or visit for details.  All gifts purchased must be received by December 5, 2017.  TRIAD asks that all gifts be returned unwrapped in a shopping bag with the Santa head of recipient.


Donations are welcome, and TRIAD will do the shopping.  Please send donations to Brevard County TRIAD, Inc. P.O. Box 410518, Melbourne, FL 32941.  For more information, contact Jennifer Helin at 321-544-3052.


Brevard County TRIAD, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. TRIAD and its many organizations and community partners work together to develop programs that address the issues of our growing senior population, as identified at the regional SALT Council meetings. The local Brevard County TRIAD, Inc. is a partnership agreement between the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, local Law Enforcement agencies, and the State Attorney’s Office. Nationally, TRIAD comprises the AARP, the National Sheriff’s Association, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.  For additional information, visit

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