ElderHelp provides personalized services and information that help seniors remain independent and live with dignity in their own homes.
Together We Give.. .

In the past few weeks and months, we’ve watched our community “socially distance” only to come together in ways we never thought possible.  Extraordinary acts of generosity--volunteers stepping forward to deliver groceries, friends sewing hundreds of soft and comfortable masks, exchanging phone calls and taking the time to really listen-- This is Kindness.

This is ElderHelp--

  • Providing healthy meals and/or essential supplies to over 300 seniors each week.

  • Raising the spirits of hundreds of seniors, especially those who are homebound and isolated, with check-in calls and telephonic friendly visits.

  • Connecting and vetting those willing to serve with those in need of support.

For our newest client, Elsa, ElderHelp is a lifeline. At 73, she has lost two of her three jobs, cutting her income in half and leaving her unable to pay rent and buy groceries. Without access to the internet, she struggles to apply for benefits. Fortunately she has ElderHelp. She rests easier knowing groceries will be delivered to her door and she has an advocate to guide her in the days and weeks ahead.

On May 5, 2020 ElderHelp will participate in Giving Tuesday Now—a special day of unity and global giving. But you don't have to wait. We invite you to join us now and through the coming week. Please share our stories and share our mission of helping seniors live independently with dignity in their own homes. It’s never been more urgent. It’s never been more crucial. It’s never been more worthwhile.
Just a couple of hours each month will change your life and that of a senior.
Your gift, no matter what size, delivers food and supplies to a local senior.
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Check out Deb's interview with Tony Tosca, a San Diego City Firefighter, and Brett Tetlow of Council Member Sherman's office.

Thank you to the Mayor's Office, City Council and all San DIego City Firefighters for supporting our community!
Thank you San Diego City Firefighters and Council Member Scott Sherman
Firefighters are donating $57,000 over 19 days to local organizations helping to battle COVID-19. With a recommendation from Council Member Scott Sherman, ElderHelp was chosen on Day 7.

Local 145 President Jesse Conner states, “Firefighters live and work in the communities. We go into people's homes and see the financial impacts of COVID-19 on a daily basis. Like so many others, we are compelled to do more to help our community through this difficult time.”
We continue to offer weekly online Volunteer Orientations each Wednesday.
Short-term and long-term opportunities available.
April 29th 10:30-11:30 am
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