By 2060, roughly a quarter of our population will be 65+, making it more important than ever to create a world we all want to age in. For 25+ years, Home Instead has been making the world ready to care by raising funds, connecting seniors, and educating the public.
The number of people living beyond age 80 is expected to triple
With people living longer and birth rates dropping, we need to build a community that’s ready to care for older adults.
43% of seniors feel lonely on a daily basis
Loneliness and social isolation are among the top challenges for older adults. Our initiatives connect seniors to our caring community.
700+ letters delivered
To lonely and isolated seniors throughout North America
4.7 million seniors live in poverty
As our world continues to age, senior poverty and isolation could become an even greater issue to combat.
Participated in our holiday gift-giving program
2 million gifts given
To seniors in North America
Less than 1% of funds goes to causes related to aging
The Home Instead Foundation has helped organizations meet the basic needs of more than 1.5 million seniors across the U.S.
In the U.S. alone, 10,000 people turn 65 every day
Without adjustments to current delivery systems, such as healthcare, education and transportation, the world will be impacted in significant ways.
570 hours of curriculum
Completed through our Champions of Aging service year, which is building a future workforce of aging advocates.
4,000 hours of service
Fulfilled by Champions of Aging on behalf of senior nonprofits