Interfaith Older Adult Programs is a non-profit organization serving Adults age 50-years or older and their caregivers in the greater Milwaukee area and beyond. Their mission is “Linking Older Adults with a Caring Community.” Through a vast network of volunteers, a diverse array of services and opportunities are offered so that senior citizens can remain safe, active, and live independently within their neighborhood. Free assistance with transportation, shopping, errands, friendly visits and help with minor household chores are just a few of the services offered.
Date: Volunteers choose dates of service from needs requested
West Central Advisory Council meets 3rd Wednesday – every other month
Time: Volunteer choice
Location: Volunteer choice – WCAC meets at various neighborhood sponsoring congregations/organizations
Contact: Rita Sutton, 262-641-5634, or send us a message
Older adults and caregivers who feel they may benefit or need living assistance are encouraged to seek out information regarding the free services provided though Interfaith.
Compassionate and dedicated persons who can commit and devote some time in assisting the elderly are needed as volunteers for the numerous Outreach Programs. Volunteers, Fund Raising, and Sponsorship are vital aspects of this organization. Volunteers choose the area/s of service as well as the amount of time they can serve.