Frailey Insurance and Financial Services Christmas tree project benefits Monroe County Area Agency on Aging and Pleasant Valley Manor


The holidays are approaching, which means it’s time to give back to the community at Frailey Insurance and Financial Services.  Starting Wednesday, November 1, the public, members, friends and family can support the Christmas tree project, Angels for Aging.  The event is being coordinated by the Frailey team at their office located at 1286 North 9th Street, Stroudsburg.

“This is our sixth year supporting the elderly in our communities and we’re happy to announce some new partners, Nellie Grampp and Phoenix Athletica.  By engaging in this project, we are enhancing the quality of life of some Monroe County senior citizens age 60 and older.  We are doing this by picking a name or two off the tree and fulfilling their wishes.  We then wrap the gifts, attach their name, and place them under the tree.  Gifts will be picked up on Wednesday, December 6, 2017. It’s always a pleasure making a difference in the lives of others.  I encourage anyone who is interested to come in and pick a name from our tree,” says Josephine A. Fontan, project coordinator and Member Servicing Advocate/Training Supervisor.

“Many of the seniors that we serve have outlived their families, and are also low income. The thoughtful gifts given by Frailey Insurance and Financial Services are sometimes the only holiday cheer that these individuals receive during the holidays.  It makes such a huge difference!” states Gretchen Peters, Access Services Coordinator, and Monroe County Area Agency on Aging.

If you would like more information about our Angels for Aging project, you may contact Frailey Insurance and Financial Services at 570-421-7447.