Our dedicated volunteers assist the homebound, disabled, and/or frail elderly in Sun Lakes and South Chandler and treat them with the care and respect they deserve. We fulfill our mission by providing an array of non-medical assistive services to our clients who are typically homebound due to chronic or severe illness, physical limitations, or hospitalization recovery. Many are full-time caregivers for a loved one.
Neighbors Who Care volunteers are recruited from areas in and around the communities we serve. They are trained and matched with clients to assist with requested services. Volunteers provide assistance in the areas of transportation, shopping/errands, grocery van transport, friendly visitation, reassurance calling, minor home repairs, business assistance, dinner delivery, and caregiver relief/respite. Services provided to enrolled clients by Neighbors Who Care volunteers are FREE of charge.
Neighbors Who Care continues to closely monitor Coronavirus developments and has implemented measures set by the CDC and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health to ensure the safety of our volunteers, clients and staff. We ask everyone in our community to wear a mask at all times in public, wash your hands frequently and practice rigorous social distancing whenever possible to minimize viral spread.
VOLUNTEERS ARE IN SHORT SUPPLY – HERE’S HOW YOU CAN HELP:
COVID-19’s biggest impact on Neighbors Who Care has been on our volunteer roster. Concerned for their own health, some of our regular volunteers are still unable to serve. If you or someone you know are willing to give a senior neighbor a ride, pick up groceries or deliver dinner, we need your help!
NEIGHBORS WHO CARE is now eligible for donations through Arizona’s Tax Credit Program.