LIFT Ministries donate items to Selma Health and Rehab
Published 2:26 pm Friday, April 15, 2022
LIFT Ministries donated to Selma Health and Rehab during the Easter holidays.
LIFT Ministries CEO and Founder LaTanglia Williams donated an assortment of cookies, crackers, puzzle and activity books, popcorn, noodles, socks and hand sanitizer.
Williams thanked the Dallas County Commission, har parents, Rev and Mrs. Curtis Williams, Tameka People’s, Aniya Sheffield, former Selma City Councilwoman Susan Youngblood and Dr. Bruce Dozier for their donation and assistance.
“My goal is to bring sunshine into the nursing home and lift the spirits of all of the residents,” Williams said. “There is no better feeling than being able to help others.
“The Bible mentions many times that we are to respect and care for our elders. Though they may be grey, their knowledge and wisdom should be revered..”Marva Eaton, Activities Director at Selma Health and Rehab, said the gifts are appreciated.
“We are extremely grateful for all of the items that were donated from LIFT,” Eaton said.
Youngblood praised Williams’ efforts to help the community. Williams said was inspired by former Councilwoman Susan Youngblood to bless the elderly.
“I am so proud of the strides and efforts that Latanglia is making to be a blessing to people in the community,” Youngblood said.