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SCAN Donates $105,000 To Senior Nutrition Programs In California In First Half Of 2018


LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the National Council on Aging, nine million older adults can't afford nutritious food, and 16 percent are highly vulnerable to malnutrition. In an effort to combat these statistics, SCAN Health Plan, a leading senior-focused organization with the mission of keeping seniors healthy and independent, announced today that it has granted $105,000 in charitable contributions to senior nutrition programs between January and June of this year.

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