The agency was incorporated in 1977 with the intention to be operated as a Senior Center having as its central focus “Seniors Helping Seniors”. There are two programs Operated by Harvest Years – a Shopping Program and a Senior Center Program. Both programs fulfill the Harvest Years, Mission: To Build, Maintain and Improve one’s abilities “AS A WAY OF LIFE, for the past 40 years. The Senior Center Program provides a friendly, supportive, family-like environment in which social, recreational, educational and daily meal activities occur on weekdays for individuals who are 55 years of age and older. The Shopping Program has evolved from the original Brown Bag Program, providing commodity food for home bound seniors. Presently, the Shopping Program, is serving 136 home bound Kent County, DE seniors, it provides assistance to individuals with their grocery shopping and concurrent stops for the client’s bank, pharmacy or post office needs. A $3.00 trip fee was started in October, 2003 to partially defray the costs of the Shopping Program. Prior to that time the program had been operated on a donation only basis.


Let us not forget our Seniors and their needs.

Be sure to check in on your family and friends. 

​If you know of someone who needs help with their shopping needs, pharmacy or other shopping be sure to check into our Shopper Program. We are here to help.

If you need a ride to the center be sure to call the front desk to make your reservations.

 Your continued support is very Appreciated and we Thank you very much!

Come in and Join Us for Lunch or One of Our Activities

Be sure to click on the links above to learn more about what is happening and who we are.

​Hope to see you soon!.

Get a head start with your Giving this year!

​Our Annual Giving Campaign  began October 1st.

When you send in your Campaign Donation be sure to mark it "Annual Giving Campaign" 
Go to the "Donate and/or Sponsor" Tab for further information

​Thank you for your continued support!!!

The Mid-Del Foundation, the charitable arm for Harrington Raceway and Casino, held its annual grant luncheon on November 13 in the casino’s gold room.

Representatives from 30 local organizations were on hand to receive financial grants from the foundation.

The Mid-Del Foundation is an endeavor to support organizations and activities involving agricultural, civic and social needs existing in Delaware. The foundation was established to consolidate the charitable undertakings of Harrington Raceway, Inc.

Organizations who received grants included American Legion Ambulance Station 64, C.E.R.T.S. Inc., CHEER Inc., Clear Space Theatre, Delaware 4-H Foundation, Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Delaware Ducks Unlimited, Delaware Farm Bureau Foundation, Delaware Hospice, DVFA Foundation, Easterseals Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Frederica Spring Creek Lions Club, Greenwood Police Department, Harrington Lions Club, Harrington Police Department, Harrington Parks and Recreation, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Harvest Years Senior Center, Home of the Brave, Kent Conservation District, Mental Health Association in Delaware, Milford Rotary Club Education Foundation, Milford Senior Center, Ministry of Caring, Modern Maturity Center, Read Aloud Delaware, Rehoboth Art League, Ronald McDonald House of Delaware, The Center for Therapeutic and Educational Riding and VSA Delaware.

“These organizations work diligently throughout the year to reach countless people in our community,” said Howell Wallace, Mid-Del Foundation President. “We are happy to support their efforts and hope that our grants aid in achieving their goals. We earnestly appreciate their work and are thankful to be able to contribute to their continued success.”


Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Lunch Served 11:30 - 12:30 Daily

Call for Reservation by 10:30 AM

Saturday - Sunday - Closed

Phone: 302-698-4285

Fax: 302-698-4286