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3 Volunteering Opportunities Around Spring, TX for Seniors

Volunteering not only contributes to a good cause, but it’s also a great way for people living at our senior apartments in Spring, TX to socialize and meet other like-minded individuals. Here are three volunteering opportunities around Spring that are perfect for seniors.

  1. Henry's Home Horse & Human Sanctuary

Henry's Home is a horse sanctuary that doubles as a therapy center for veterans and first responders. This non-profit rescues horses that are suffering from neglect or being sent to a slaughterhouse. The horses are nursed back to full health and cared for by volunteers. Once adjusted to their new home, the horses act as therapy animals. These gentle horses are calming and therapeutic companions for service members and their families, who can spend time with them on a beautiful 21-acre ranch. Even if you have no experience with horses, Henry's Home takes on and trains new volunteers of all backgrounds and talents. 

  1. Montgomery County Food Bank

Montgomery County Food Bank helps the hungry through food donations. The organization has a strong emphasis on supplying healthy, fresh food as often as possible. One of its largest operations is the Produce Rescue Center. Volunteers sort and organize excess fruits and vegetables donated by grocers and wholesalers. The produce and other food items are then sent out to over 70 food pantries and shelters. In addition to working with local charitable groups, Montgomery County Food Bank delivers food to schools, rural food deserts, and low-income centers.

  1. Houston Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that builds houses and communities for people in need. Not only do volunteers build new homes, but they also provide essential repairs on houses damaged by natural disasters. Construction-related work is not the only way volunteers can help out at Houston Habitat for Humanity. Volunteers also engage in advocacy for fair housing policies and teach various classes on homeownership for new and aspiring homeowners. 

After a day of giving back through these volunteering opportunities around Spring, relax in your Augusta Woods home by taking an online art class. If you would like more information on the community and amenities at our active adult apartments in Spring, TX, contact us today. We look forward to having you as the next member of our community.

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