Tag: Neighbors Who Care

News From Your Neighbors: Neighbors Who Care, Inc

Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! Eric Ehst “Thank you for coming to my rescue!” “Without your help and kindness, I’d be in a home.” At Neighbors Who Care, we regularly receive testimonials like these, and we’d like your club, organization, church group or business to know why. For 22 years, Neighbors Who Care has…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Who Care, Inc

If you see something, say (and do) something Eric Ehst There seem to be a lot of things to be terrified of these days. We’re constantly bombarded with warnings about terrorism, crime, disease and other catastrophes. We’re warned to stay alert and be ready to speed dial 9-1-1 at the slightest hint of danger. The…

News from your Neighbors Who Care, Inc.

Making the world a better place Eric Ehst, Executive Director I’d like to tell you a holiday story, a mini It’s a Wonderful Life. Neighbors Who Care is a collaboration of folks who volunteer their time to help out their frail and homebound neighbors. This is the tale of magic and good feeling that can…

Unity: Living a peace – filled life

Kay Davis At Unity Church of Sun Lakes we embrace a simple and healthy lifestyle, centered in keeping an open heart and a mind that is awake. We follow Christ’s teachings as well as many other spiritual masters both past and present. We know we are all one in spirit and strive to do as…

Sun Lakes Creative Engagement Coalition formed

Wayne and Hanne Mangold with Robin Rio and Sun Joo Lee at music therapy.

Neighbors Who Care, The Perfect Place, Alzheimer’s Association, Palo Verde Management, a teaching artist and a caregiver make up this new coalition. The coalition was initiated by Wayne Mangold, a Sun Lakes resident. Wayne’s wife, Hanne, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2011. For several years, the Mangolds have been driving to Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Who Care Inc.

Make a difference every day Eric Ehst, Executive Director Every October there is a designated national holiday called “Make a Difference Day.” This is supposed to be one day a year when people are encouraged to volunteer their time to make a difference in someone’s life. Volunteers gather on this day to help their neighbors…