On average, membership dues cover only sixty percent of Village operating expenses. Please consider making a donation here: www.crowdrise.com/o/en/campaign/support-a-virtual-village-for-aging-in-place-in-north-kingsouth-snohomish-counties This is a community effort. Keeping our neighborhoods intergenerational benefits all of the residents. Please share our campaign with everyone you know via e-mail and social media. It’s that simple.
We look forward to a success story like this one from Connecticut’s Greenwich At Home:
Longtime member Jack Smith had this to say as the Village celebrated its tenth birthday. “I want to keep my life and yet have the services around me to get to the hospital a couple of times a week,” Smith said. “I want to make sure I can be there and still stay in my home. This is a community of people that want the same thing. We want independence and yet need some support to maintain that.”
“People grab onto the mission,” said President Michelle Beltrano. “When they hear what we do and how we do it, people say, ‘Oh I wish this had been around for my dad or my aunt or my neighbor.’ People can connect this to their own lives and a lot of people get involved because they know they might be in this situation and need something so they want to make sure it’s in place.”
Please help us reach our goal for 2018 by donating and sharing: https://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/campaign/support-a-virtual-village-for-aging-in-place-in-north-kingsouth-snohomish-counties
We can’t do it without your ongoing support.
Northwest Neighbors Network