The Best Gifts Aren’t Always Wrapped

Elaine Whitford News

Your smiles. Your caring ways. Your phone calls. These small touches mean so much, especially to our elderly friends who live alone. Thanks to you, many of our Care Receivers and Caregivers receive so much more.

In early December, volunteer teams from Genworth Financial provided fall yard clean-up and raking. Volunteer teams from Quintiles brightened homes by putting up holiday lights and decorations.

Next week, volunteers from Imaginigami are Christmas Care-O-Ling and staff are delivering gifts donated by Resources for Seniors and NCAAC.

Throughout the year, volunteers provide hundreds of rides for medical care and friendly visits are made. Thank you for your kindness and support.

Want to give a gift that lasts beyond the present? Consider an end-of-year donation of at least $20 and your friends and associates will receive a personalized card acknowledging your gift made in their honor.

Our supporters keep the doors open and make the services we provide possible, including beautiful moments like the holiday deliveries!

With your support, The Center for Volunteer Caregiving recruited, trained, background checked, and matched wonderful volunteers with care receivers all over Wake County. As you can see, The Center stays very busy ensuring care receivers are given the best possible care!

December 31 is the last day to make your tax-deductible donation for the year. Please consider making your donation to The Center for Volunteer Caregiving, so we can continue providing these amazing services.

The Center for Volunteer Caregiving is a 501c(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.For more information, email or click on the donate button.