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Donate

We couldn't do what we do for so many different people in need without the generous support of donors in our community. We have lots of different opportunities and levels of donation. Please do what you can to help.

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Volunteer Center

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Volunteer Center

If you have a little time or a lot, want to work one on one with someone in need or prefer office work behind the scenes, we've got a place and a need for you. Explore the options here or give us a call. Family Eldercare provides training and support for all volunteers.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsor an event! Become a sponsor for the annual "Swinging Fore Seniors" Charity Golf Tournament or the Summer Fan Fare. Contact us for more information about how your company can support the local community.

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Host a Fundraiser

Coordinate or Host a Fundraiser to benefit Family Eldercare. Have a poker, bunko or bingo night to raise funds or tangible donations. If you are having a birthday or dinner party, ask guests to make a donation to Family Eldercare as a gift. To learn more about these volunteer opportunities e-mail or call our Volunteer Coordinator.

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Wish List

Many of Family Eldercare's programs work with low-income seniors and older adults who are unable to afford simple goods that most of us take for granted. This list includes items that Care Managers have seen a continuous need for over the years. If you would like to donate an item not on the list please call (512) 450-0844 to see if there is a need for it; Family Eldercare does not accept pre-owned medical equipment (wheelchairs, walkers, etc.). We request that any item with an asterisk (*) next to it be NEW. • Baby Soft Yarn for clients to knit…

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Volunteer to be a Guardianship Advocate

Become a Guardian Advocate to brighten the life of a senior or an adult with a disability. Guardian Advocates make short, regular visits to a client to provide companionship and a higher quality of life by advocating for the person's needs. Guardian Advocates help ensure that our clients are enjoying the best possible quality of life.  They report directly to an assigned Guardianship Program staff member to share their observations on clients’ well being. Volunteers…

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Volunteer to be a Bill Payer

Become a Bill Payer or Representative Payee to help a senior or adults with a disability better manage their finances. This volunteer opportunity requires at least 2 hours per month. Bill payers assist clients with sorting mail, balancing checkbooks, writing checks for the client to sign, and making sure bills are paid and mailed in a timely manner. Representative payees provide budget set-up, payment of monthly bills and checkbook balancing for individuals determined to be…

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