2016 Donations :  $15,575 & 9,883 lbs


BREADCRUMBSby Jennifer Haley

October 6th to October 22nd, 2016
At the Bath House Cultural Center

Click here for full schedule, to make reservations and purchase your tickets

Directed by Susan Sargeant
Featuring Stephanie Dunnam as Alida
and Catherine D. DuBord as Beth

A powerful, fractured fairy tale of two women
trekking through the dark forest of their pasts. your paragraph here.

  As her memory begins to fail her, Alida writes the fairy tale of her own life to

carry her to the next chapter and to leave breadcrumbs behind so Beth and

others like her can find their way out of the woods.

We are excited to announce our guest panelists for our post show talk backs.

On Friday, October 14th we will be joined by:
Stephen Hines, M.D. and Janet Graham, M.A., L.P.C.

On Friday, October 21st, we will be joined by:
Pam Johnson, Founder/Executive Director of Friends Place Adult Day Services
and Lori Nesler, C.S.A., Owner of Comfort Keepers in-Home Care

For this production, WingSpan is working with Stop Senior Hunger.
Ticket discounts are available on Friday, Oct 14th and Friday, Oct 21st
when you bring in canned goods to support Stop Senior Hunger.

Ticket Discounts

With Canned Goods

Friday, October 14th & 21st

Introducing Our New Partnership

1 out of 9 seniors is at risk of hunger !

our mission:

Give hope to Seniors who need it most! We do that by focusing on community-based efforts including education, awareness, and food aid. We want to make a difference!

Join Our Campaign!



Where there are SENIORS in need, we WANT TO be there lending a hand, a smile, and an encouraging word.



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Many seniors make choices between buying medication or buying food.  Here are the agencies we support who provide food and assistance to the senior community.


We are thankful to our wonderful sponsors for their "love for seniors" and their willingness to support STOPSenior Hunger's efforts in Dallas and Collin County.  These companies are making a difference!


We have many locations through out Dallas and Collin County where food is collected for the area senior agencies.  Here is a list: 


    As seniors age and change, so do their nutritional needs.  Keeping them properly fed and healthy makes a difference in their quality of life. We need to learn to detect hunger and malnutrition.