THESE ARE REAL SENIORS WITH REAL WORRIES
and you can provide
Adopt a Grandparent and we will keep you up to date on the progress of these seniors, along with many others, so that you can see the difference you are making for seniors who are living in isolation and poverty in our city.
Margii is an 75-year-old woman who recently needed some quick assistance after a bad fall, which left her in a care facility.
Carl's friend was very concerned about his emotional health and living situation, and placed a call to our seniors crisis line.
Linda is on the waitlist for both the Shopping Companion and Escorted Transportation Programs due to some serious life changes.
With Pat’s loss of vision came the limitations in both her work life and social life.
How your donations to Pet Assist keep pets, and their seniors, together, like the loveable Jack, Shirley’s best friend.
Jack lives independently in a senior’s building, but has limited social and family supports, as well as significant health and mobility challenges.
. Two years ago Anne lost her daughter after a battle with cancer, leaving her as the owner of her daughter’s dog.
Ermenia is 79 years old and is the primary care provider to her husband who has recently become very ill.
Belinda was in a bad accident last year and Patricia brought her to Calgary to take care of her.