We prioritize funding for nonprofit partners that address the social determinants for older adults to increase quality of life, wellbeing, and their sense of community. With a growing number of older adults, we support local nonprofits that address this population’s health, social and physical needs through providing services for medical purposes and social interactions.
The organizations we support are working to improve the quality of life for individuals age 60 and over through:
Increasing access to essential needs such as food, shelter, and utilities
Minimizing barriers to accessing quality healthcare services
Providing opportunities for older adults to be socially active in their communities (Senior Center, Recreation Programs, Adult Day Care)
Elder law to assist with urgent health care needs, elder abuse - including financial exploitation, consumer fraud, and unfair debt collection - and end-of-life planning.