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All go out of their way to help any veteran, surviving spouse, dependent, children with assistance that may otherwise not be readily available more
This is an outstanding charity doing good for our Armed Forces families. Some of the children are orphans while others need a... more »
- Eaton Rapids, MI
I first contacted the Sanctuary for Senior Dogs when I was volunteering in dog rescue & attempting to match a senior dog in a... more »
- Cleveland, OH
Neighbor Ride has won Best Non Profit in Howard County, MD for the past couple years. No big deal you think, but it is only 6... more »
- Columbia, MD
Great organizatoin that cares about the needs of all older adults and works hard to allow them to live better lives. Support... more »
- Arlington, VA
Donna M. wrote:
Minis and Friends presents the true meaning of bringing joy to all. As a volunteer and a mini owner of this non-profit organization... more »
- Austin, TX
Tim B. wrote:
Episcopal Place serves the needs of its disabled population in a myriad of ways. One of the most important ways is advocacy.... more »
- Birmingham, AL
Who says crime and poverty have to go hand in hand! I have been a police officer in the city of St Paul for many years working... more »
- New Brighton, MN
I first learned about the Jewish Council for the Aging in 1995 when my 80 year old father, a dementia patent, attended the JCA's... more »
- Rockville, MD
SCA was a pioneer in the field of aging over 35 years ago. The vision to capture the experience, wisdom and volunteer capacity... more »
- Kansas City, MO
About 6 years ago I was recruited to join the board of Senior Citizens Council of Clackamas County, and for the last few years... more »
- Oregon City, OR
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.