Mercer County Resources:
New Volunteer Training
Consider sharing an hour of your time once a week to make a profound difference in the life of an elderly person.
Training is offered twice a month on Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 AM. Special training dates are available upon request.
Call today (609) 393-9922 to reserve your place – Registration is required.
Interfaith Caregivers Response to COVID-19
We are meeting the challenges of the COVID-19 virus every day through a strong commitment to our mission, and by creating service plans that balance the health and safety of our elderly and adults with disabilities, while still meeting their most essential needs.
Despite critical safety limitations, our staff and volunteers have continued to provide vital caregiving and wellness services, while following CDC social distancing and safety guidelines.
Our staff continue to work remotely during this time. However, we can still be contacted directly at our office number 609-393-9922, via direct email, or contact us through email@example.com.
Thank you to our friends, family, community partners & sponsors for celebrating 25 years with us!
Did you know?
The over-60 population in America is growing at the fastest pace ever in our nation’s history. Every day 10,000 baby boomers turn age 65, and adults age 85+ are growing at the fastest rate. By 2023, one in five people in America will be 65 and older.
While many of our seniors will continue to live healthy and vibrant lives, surrounded by friends and families and contributing to the community, there will be a significant increase in the homebound elderly who will need assistance to age safely and independently in their own homes.
About Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County:
Since 1994, Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County has helped under-served, home-bound elderly and adults with disabilities to maintain their independence and dignity. Our caregiving and wellness services are provided by a dedicated group of volunteers who are recruited, trained and managed by Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County and our interdenominational coalition. It is a finely woven net of support for the most vulnerable among us.
Please join Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County in being part of the solution that brings hope and support to our area’s neighbors in need.
Become a caregiving volunteer today. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and sign up.