What we Do

THE PROGRAM MATCHES VOLUNTEERS OF ALL AGES WITH OLDER OR DISABLED ADULTS TO PROVIDE A VARIETY OF SUPPORTIVE SERVICES SUCH AS:

Transportation and help with errends;

 

Minor Home repairs, maintenance, chores, & yardwork;

Light housekeeping and meal preporation;

 

Friendly visits and supportive phone calls;

Respite Care (Relief breaks for full time family caregivers);
and other Assistance that can help someone remain safely in their home;

Who we are!

The Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers Program provides assistance to our older and disabled neighbors who need a little extra help. Many frail and physically challenged adults in our community struggle daily to maintain their independence -- our helping hands often make it possible for them to remain in their own homes.

WE ARE NOT A PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
AND WE DO NOT PROVIDE HOME HEATH CARE.
OUR VOLUNTEERS ARE SIMPLY NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS.

The Interfaith Volunteer Care program will try to find a helping hand for anyone regardless of religious preference. All older and disabled adults who need assistance to remain at home are elegible for help, however priority is given to those with the greatest need. All services are offered with out charge, although donations are greatly appreciated and help us reach out to more people in need.