Tag: Neighbors Who Care

Partnering to benefit our community

Elaine Kraemer, CWPV Foundation President The Cottonwood Palo Verde Foundation is proud to announce that it has joined forces with the IronOaks Tennis Club to raise money to benefit Neighbors Who Care, Inc.! Please join us on Friday evening, March 9, 2018, at the Oakwood Country Club for a Community-wide charity dinner dance with music…

News From Your Neighbors: Neighbors Who Care, Inc.

  Eric Ehst, Executive Director At the Chandler Volunteer Recognition Breakfast on February 8, Neighbors Who Care volunteer Faith Dragoon was honored with the 2017 Multitasking Award. Faith has been one of our most active, reliable and impactful volunteers. She has provided more than 300 hours of volunteer service in 2017. She volunteers at least…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Who Care, Inc.

Eric Ehst, Executive Director, Neighbors Who Care How important is your access to medical care? How would you cope if you were unable to drive and needed to get to the doctor? In 2017, Neighbors Who Care volunteers transported 400 of your homebound friends, family and neighbors to 4,800 medical appointments. Although some trips were…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Who Care Inc.

Lottie gets assistance from Neighbors Who Care volunteer Jim Brown.

The trouble with superheroes Eric Ehst, Executive Director Our culture today is overrun with superheroes. You can’t watch a movie or turn on the TV without seeing a gang of people with “special powers” overcoming their problems and ultimately saving the world. Be they Mutants, X-Men or old-fashioned characters like Superman, Batman, Spiderman or Wonder…

Welcome aboard

Harry Huckemeyer Once we move into the month of October, it’s like opening the door for all the festivities that follow, right up to the end of the year. With the passing of the summer season, things come to life here as we welcome the cooler weather and the many opportunities that come along with…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Wo Care Inc.

Neighbors Who Care

What do you need? Eric Ehst, Executive Director At Neighbors Who Care, we help homebound, frail and disabled seniors to remain living in their own homes. Our caring volunteers provide some basic services, such as transportation, grocery shopping, meal delivery, minor home repairs, caregiver respite, welfare checks, friendly visiting and more. What we do helps…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Who Care, Inc.

We’re here! Are you? Eric Ehst, Executive Director It’s August. If you’re reading this, it’s a good bet that you’re one of the brave (foolhardy?) year-round residents here through the hot weather as well as the not-so-hot weather. Well, we at Neighbors Who Care are still here too. While many of the locals, including a…