Caring for the Aging Population in South Florida
60% of care center residents never receive a single visit from family or friends.
10,000 Baby Boomers
are turning 65 in
America every day
Heart2Heart volunteers impacted 3,431 seniors
At Heart2Heart, our mission is to connect, advocate, respond and engage to aging adults who are experiencing loneliness and isolation by mobilizing volunteers.
Our volunteers connect in person, with seniors living in care centers or living independently in their homes. They also connect digitally, through weekly video calls and phone calls. They create cards and cozy blankets and drop off care packages. They deliver food and minister to seniors through Bible studies and Sunday services at care centers throughout South Florida.
Our vision is to provide hope, share love and restore purpose.
We fulfill our mission a variety of ways. But ultimately, Heart2Heart is at its best within individual relationships. Volunteers who care can truly see the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of aging adults. These volunteers can help fight off isolation that so many of our aging loved ones in South Florida are experiencing.
The need for compassionate support grows every day. Join our team of amazing volunteers and answer the call for community in someone’s life today.
Our C.A.R.E. Strategy
Connecting churches to care centers, volunteers to the elderly, hearts to hearts.
Advocate on behalf of the modern day orphan, the elderly in care centers.
Respond to the social and emotional support needs of elderly residents.
Engage volunteers into providing relationships with the elderly communities.
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