Caring and Service – we pledged to never let up on helping our neighbors who depend on our support to access health care services, get the groceries they need, and stay connected to caring volunteers and staff throughout this year of the COVID-19 pandemic. At this year’s end, we celebrate the courage of our volunteers, staff, and Board of Directors as they faced every challenge by crafting and implementing solutions that worked!
The strength VVCC has gained over this year we will need in 2021 as we are presented with new opportunities to serve and new challenges to meet. Our entire team works well together at so many levels every day. As this New Year begins, we pledge to continue our success in serving nearly 2,000 adults – providing thousands of trips, many thousands of reassuring phone calls and home visits, grocery shopping, pet assistance, tech coaching and much more. Contact us to learn how you can join our team and bring caring and service to our neighbors in need at www.vvcaregivers.org or call (928) 204-1238.
Our Vision: No Senior Left Isolated
Our Mission: To provide accessible transportation and programs, through volunteer services, to support adults in need of assistance to maintain their independence and quality of life at home.
Accolades: Named #1 in nation for volunteer transportation in 2016.
Donate, join a fundraising team, or start a team to help ensure 375 older adults get the supportive services they need for one year.
We'll miss you this year, but please save the date for 2021.
Volunteers drive, run errands and shop for neighbors, help in the call center, and more. Apply your talents!
We have very interesting neighbors. Wayne was a B17 pilot in WWII. He says, "When you can't drive, transportation is a nightmare. You can't make up your mind to just go do something."
"I want to help others now. It's time for me to do something to really help somebody." - Lynne Montedonico, volunteer with neighbor Libbie.
"Verde Valley Caregivers is the most important organization in the entire Verde Valley. They reach many hundreds of people with many hundreds of volunteers." - Terrie Frankel and Fred Shinn