Always Best Care Senior Services Hosts Virtual Hydration Drive for Superstition Community Food Bank

– Leader in Senior Care for the Mesa Area Encourages Bottled Water Donations Through Sept. 1st

Always Best Care of Mesa is hosting a virtual water drive to help at-risk seniors who need to stay hydrated during these increasingly hot summer months. Now through Sept. 1, supporters can purchase cases of bottled water for the hydration station at Superstition Community Food Bank.

Visit to conveniently donate. The purchased cases of water are delivered directly to Superstition Community Food Bank, and donors receive an immediate tax receipt.

Donations to purchase cases of bottled water are accepted online now through Sept. 1st.

This bottled water drive is taking place online. Donated cases of water will be delivered directly to the Superstition Community Food Bank for use at their hydration station.

Always Best Care of Mesa owners John and Ganeen Harstick opened their senior care business in March 2019. They take great pride in helping organizations in the Mesa, Apache Junction area who support the wellbeing of the senior population. For more information, call 480-984-8000 or visit

Since 1983 the Superstition Community Food Bank has served thousands of individuals and families in need in Gold Canyon, Northwest Pinal County, and East Mesa. The office at 575 N Idaho Road in Apache Junction offers an air-conditioned respite site for people who need water and a place to cool down.

Always Best Care of Mesa co-owner Ganeen Harstick says, “Seniors in our community are struggling right now with the effects of inflation and low-quality tap water in many areas. Add in the oppressive heat, and they are very vulnerable to becoming dehydrated. At Always Best Care, we believe in doing everything we can to help seniors live a safe and independent lifestyle, and this water drive for the food bank is another opportunity to take care of our neighbors in a time of need. We hope other businesses and individuals can join with us in helping to stock this hydration station.”


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