Senior Living - Fall 2019

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SENIOR LIVING | DOING GOOD

Giving back to the community

WITHOUT a regular

job to go to, many

retirees find

themselves with lots of time to

volunteer in their community.

Many community organizations

need volunteers who are

available during working hours

or who have the flexibility to

Volunteer as a tour guide or

docent at a museum, landmark,

botanical garden or historical

site. There may also be behindthe

scenes work for people with

a passion but who don’t want

that much time with people.

Meals on Wheels is frequently

looking for volun-

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travel for days or weeks at a

time. How Stuff Works had a

number of suggestions for best

ways for seniors to give back.

Being a foster grandparent

or working with young people

in some other way is a lowimpact,

self-guided opportunity

that is available in almost every

community in the U.S. The

Senior Corps Foster Grandparent

program connects people 55

and older with children in Head

Start programs, area schools

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larly social people; many of the

elderly people who are recipients

of meals don’t get as many visitors

as they would like, and, in

addition to dropping off meals,

drivers have the chance to visit

with residents. Meals on Wheels

is available in all 50 states and

has more than 1.5 million volunteers,

many of them retirees,

delivering meals to more than 1

million seniors each day.

Want something a little

out of the box? Habitat for

Humanity offers opportunities

to help build houses. These

opportunities can be in your

neighborhood, but Habitat also

has retired and semi-retired

volunteers who go to disaster

about 6,000 volunteers who, as

their name suggests, drive RVs

to participate in different homebuilding

projects.

Retirees are frequently a good

fit for a variety of disaster relief

efforts, particularly those with

special skills, such as doctors,

nurses, EMTs, pharmacists, language

interpreters, lawyers and

even chaplains and fundraisers.

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