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Eras Senior Network Inc

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Causes: Human Services, Interfaith Coalitions, Philanthropy, Religion, Senior Centers, Seniors, Voluntarism Promotion

Mission: The mission of Eras Senior Network is to engage and support seniors, adults with disabilities, and family caregivers in leading meaningful lives. Eras Senior Network works hard every day to help create communities where seniors and adults with disabilities are fully embraced through collaborative partnerships, coordination of services, and intergenerational volunteer activities.

Target demographics: seniors, adults with disabilities, and family caregivers.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 680 clients in Waukesha County and 1954 clients in Milwaukee County

Geographic areas served: Milwaukee County and Waukesha County

Programs: Transportation to medical appointments, the pharmacy, and grocery stores, assistance with grocery shopping, wellness calls, and yard cleanup. All services are provided at no cost to clients thanks to the support provided by our caring volunteers,

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

Client Served

Rating: 5

I have had very " POSITVE " results from this program. They meet the needs of their clients with RESPECT, CARE, SINCERITY and COMPASSION!!! I hope that you will help to support this program.

3

Board Member

Rating: 5

I have been involved with Interfaith Senior Programs for over 6 years, most of that time as a Board Director.

I have been involved with a number of nonprofit organizations and have served on many Boards. This organization is among the best.

It has an important mission. Seniors are a valuable asset in our communities. Yet seniors also are among our most frail and some have transportation and other needs. ISP taps into the resources of our senior population and applies it to a number of organizations, schools, and seniors in need.

It is connected to the community and aware of its needs. Its advisory boards consist of past Board Directors, community leaders, seniors and clients. It is connected to over 70 congregations.

It has excellent leadership at the staff and Board level. Its Executive Director, Kathy Gale, is widely respected in the community for her vision and leadership skills. The Board is among the most active that I have been on.

Most importantly, it achieves results and has made a significant difference in this community. There are pages of testimonials from seniors, family members, professional and students.



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