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We can't say enough about this organization--it's well-organized and professional, but also personal. The staff are extremely dedicated and the results speak for themselves. It's rare to find such a win-win... more
As part of a PayItForward MN opportunity, I got to know what Opportunity Neighborhood offers to kids, families, and communities... more »
- New Brighton, MN
SAGE provides a wide variety of high-quality community-based services for seniors under one roof. This makes it very convenient... more »
- Summit, NJ
For decades, JCA has been steadfast in its support of SeniorTech's efforts to teach seniors how to use computers. Finding space... more »
- Rockville, MD
Our Service dog - Pogo - and I have been working with Handi-Dogs for almost three years. Pogo is an 8 or 9 year old ChiWeenie.... more »
- Tucson, AZ
Shepherd's Center is my "Happy Place" and I have been volunteering for 15 years. I first met Dr. Cole in 1998 at a luncheon and... more »
- Kansas City, MO
Empress Irene wrote:
I made an appointment to see Betty Berry and she and another staffer addressed all my concerns about signing up for Medicare.... more »
- Thousand Oaks, CA
Hard program but worth it in the end! I owe most of my success to the homestart program. WHen i first came in, i didnt think i... more »
- Roseville, CA
This organization does "fantastical" things that are nothing but positive. If something positive happens to me...something positive... more »
- Tampa, FL
I love Chaparral house because they quickly invited me into their facility and took time to get to know me. They show the same... more »
- Berkeley, CA
I will start my 22nd year with SWMOA as an employee in January. I read an article in the newspaper in 1992 where they needed... more »
- Springfield, MO
Our elders can be a source of information, history, happiness, and tradition. However, older adults do not always receive the fair treatment they deserve.
1 in 8 Americans are senior citizens. It's easy to overlook such simple tasks as going shopping at the grocery store or taking the dog for a walk, but for the elderly population this can be impossible without the help of others. And when help isn't available, it can be difficult to live a normal life.
There are over 27,000 nonprofits working to support seniors. Volunteer with organizations that advocate for the rights and needs of the elderly at nursing homes, offer transportation for seniors, and help them care for their pets.