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Vermont Association of Area Agencies on Aging Win award for Vaccine Campaigns

Tenth Crow Creative and Vermont Association of Area Agencies on Aging (V4A) are pleased to announce that they recently received a Lamplighter Award of Excellence from the New England Society for Healthcare Communications (NESHCo) in the Health Promotion Campaign category for V4A’s COVID-19 vaccine campaigns for older Vermonters. NESHCo’s annual Lamplighter Awards recognize outstanding achievements and campaigns produced in healthcare communications across New England. The 2023 competition totaled 274 entries.

“This was such a collaborative effort among our five different organizations,” said Mary H. Hayden, Executive Director of V4A. “Partnering with Tenth Crow on the COVID vaccine campaign was such a great experience and created a positive impact among those we support and their families. Winning an award on top of that is so exciting.”

For more information on V4A is an association representing Vermont’s five not-for-profit Area Agencies on Aging. These agencies provide a wide spectrum of services and support for older Vermonters, including those encountering a disability, to live in their homes and communities with dignity and good quality of life. Services include Meals on Wheels and Community Meals, Long-Term Care Coordination, Caregiver Programs, Medicare and Health Insurance Counseling and Education, Wellness Activities and Programs, and Information and Referrals for legal and mental health services and benefits such as housing, fuel, and 3SquaresVT. For more information call the Area Agencies on Aging HELPLINE at 800-642-5119 or visit V4A online at

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