Age Well Senior Services Invites the Community to Adopt a Senior Neighbor
This Christmas season, Age Well asks caring people to adopt local seniors who are facing the frightening reality of hunger and isolation.
By Dan Pittman | Posted Mon, Dec 18, 2023 at 1:13 pm PT
Knowing that especially during the holiday season, local seniors by the thousands are facing the frightening reality of hunger and isolation, Age Well Senior Services is inviting the public to adopt a senior neighbor.
“We invite caring people to spread the joy of giving this Christmas by adopting a senior through Age Well, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides hot meals and services to seniors in need,“ said Age Well CEO Steve Moyer.
“Every dollar remains local, ensuring thousands of our senior neighbors can count on services and resources to live independently.”
Give a tax-deductible donation online by visiting myagewell.org/give. Volunteers are needed, too. To give a gift of your time, visit myagewell.org/volunteer.
Since 1975, Age Well has provided programs and resources, including Meals on Wheels, care management, non-emergency medical transportation, Senior center lunches, and health and wellness programs across 10 Age Well Senior Centers.
About Age Well Senior Services Established in 1975, Age Well Senior Services, is a nonprofit public benefit 501 (C)(3) organization located in Lake Forest, California. Age Well relies on contributions to provide critical services, resources, and programs to home bound and low-income seniors living in 21 cities located in South Orange County. Some programs are funded in part through a grant from the California.