Donate $10 to Help Seniors in Need

A small donation during the Give65® event (July 13-16) can go a long way in providing essential services and programs for older adults.
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For the cost of a movie ticket or fast-food order, you can help aging adults access meaningful programs and services.

Your donation through Give65 – Home Instead ® Charities’ crowdfunding platform exclusively for charitable organizations serving aging adults in the U.S. and Canada – provides access to dementia and Alzheimer’s care, meals, socialization programs, transportation services, community center activities and more to less fortunate seniors.

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Lynette Peters relies on Vintage House, a long-term Give65 partner, for social interaction, meals and activities. Without it, she wouldn’t be able to maintain her quality of life.

Since its launch in 2016, Give65 has raised and awarded more than $3.3 million in support of older adults in the United States and Canada. For more information on the partnering Give65 organizations, please visit: (U.S.) or (Canada).

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I really like this opportunity to contribute, but none of the charities are in Texas

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Helped neighbor with removal of smaller branches following storm. Made calls and checked in on two elderly people to see if they needed anything.

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On July 12. 2021. I helped an elderly lady by sripping her bed and washing all her sheets. Then I made her bed and vaccum her bedroom floor.

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A Senior mentioned that she has lost track of time because her clocks stopped working. I got some batteries for the clocks. Now she’s up with her time and is happy.

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Gave Sunday dinner to a senior.

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Made a donation to support seniors through a nonprofit in my community.

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I drove 2 seniors to Carrabbas after church Sunday to celebrate one of theirs 75th birthday.vww met her sister, neice & grand neice along w/3 other ladies from church. We all enjoyed each other’s company and a nice meal & dessert as well as telling how we met the birthday girl and funny storthat the others probably didn’t know.

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I live in a senior complex (60) apartments. I’m actually considered a senior by age but not by grace. I took a senior to get food from Sacred Heart pantry and my SUV carrier is like a truck with seats folded. I had so much food I set it up in the front lobby/sitting area free for the taking. And it did not go to waste. I will do this once a month for the seniors. Fresh veggies and can and dry goods by the bulk.

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Daily on the job and off I give care to seniors until this will not contain my deeds. I have a very special friend that will be 91 this month that I care for on a constant when I am available.