PHOTO: from left, Executive Director Todd DeLaney, Amelia Raziano, Philanthropy Coordinator Ann Marie Matthews, and Volunteer Program Coordinator Judy Seger.  (Photo credit: Travis Tanay)

TINTON FALLS, N.J. - Amelia Raziano received the M.O.V.E.R. Award for her outstanding volunteer work at Seabrook’s resident meeting held on campus recently.  Amelia was recognized for having a great impact on the community at Seabrook, an active continuing care retirement community in Tinton Falls.  Each quarter, residents at Seabrook nominate a resident or residents for the M.O.V.E.R. (Most Outstanding Volunteer Effort Recognition) Award. 

 

Amelia volunteers in several different capacities at Seabrook including serving the Catholic community on campus as well as making costumes for the Seabrook Performers. She has also resurrected the Helping Hand Sewing Group, which makes small sewing repairs for residents for no charge or a suggested donation to the Resident Care Fund. In 2015, the group raised over $800 for the fund, which provides support to residents who, despite careful planning, outlive their financial resources.

“Thank you to Amelia for sharing her gifts and making Seabrook a great place to live,” said Judy Seger, volunteer program coordinator.

Seabrook is one of 18 continuing care retirement communities managed by Erickson Living. The scenic 98-acre campus is located in Tinton Falls, New Jersey and is home to more than 1,400 residents.