Plant, tend, harvest in the Giving Garden. All produce goes to local soup kitchens and food pantries.

The Money Management Program assists elders and persons with disabilities who have difficulty writing checks or managing their basic living expenses for many reasons, including vision difficulties, memory difficulties, and physical disabilities. A trained volunteer can provide bill-payer services, assisting elders and persons with disabilities.

The Benefits Counseling Program trains volunteers to help homeowners and renters age 60 and older, or persons with disabilities, find resources to help them stay in their homes for as long as they choose. Benefits Counselors also help people apply for benefits that help them save money, like Fuel Assistance or Food Stamps.

Volunteers deliver meals Monday through Friday, weather permitting, and provide a well-being check to elders who might otherwise be isolated. You may begin the application process to become a volunteer driver now!

Rides for Health is the answer to a local need. In listening sessions with area elders and people with disabilities, we have heard many times that transportation is a critical, unmet need for the area. Rides for Health volunteer drivers make a difference to the individuals with whom they are matched by offering door-through-door assisted…

An Ombudsman is a person who visits nursing home and rest home residents with the goal of enhancing the quality of their care and the quality of their lives.

Collate papers, computer assistance, letter writing, mailings and the like.

Volunteer drivers are needed immediately to assist clients with transportation to/from medical appointments, hairdresser/barber, pharmacy, shopping and more. Volunteers can receive mileage reimbursement of $.54/mile to help offset the cost of using your own vehicle. A clean driving record and CORI background check required.

Many elders are unable to get out of the house but would really enjoy having a friendly visitor come in for a couple hours per week just to chat, play games, read, or take a walk when the weather is nice. No personal care involved.

To help out once a month for our center’s luncheons. Tasks would include, setting and clearing tables, serving already prepared meals and beverages. Free meal for volunteer.