Keeping seniors healthy, independent, and connected.

Since 2010, Mending The Gap has been transforming the aging experience through our innovative approach to help meet the needs of low-income and vulnerable seniors.

 

Mending the Gap offers free programs which include delivering toiletries, personal care items, cleaning supplies and food items-including fresh produce and meat to the homes of seniors.

Mending the Gap also offers opportunities to build positive relationships and eliminate isolation among our seniors, through letter writing, friendly calls to offer prayer or give words of encouragement.

Whom We Serve

Mending The Gap is dedicated to providing exceptional support services for individuals age 60+ regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, place of birth, ancestry, citizenship, military or veteran status, or disability.

 

Our Goal

 Mending the Gap Inc. has committed to providing seniors with one on one supportive services that will meet their basic needs, alleviate isolation while creating healthy and fulfilling relationships.

As more and more adults choose to stay in their own home well into their senior years, many find themselves isolated and facing new challenges such as access to nutritious food, transportation and

basic essential needs, which ultimately results in poor nutrition and health concerns.

Did you know?

More than 90% of our seniors live below the Federal Poverty Level and struggle to meet basic needs, living on less than $1,000/month and paying rent and utilities, leaving just a few dollars a day to pay for food, medication, transportation, and other expenses. Our program provides an alternative to seniors who are unable to drive or lack access to transportation.

Nearly 400 low-income seniors rely on Mending The Gap every month, and we are proud to provide all our services free of charge and without a waiting list.

 

What We Do

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We need your assistance to help our seniors remain safe, healthy, and connected.

Holding Hands

"If someone has enough money to live well and sees a brother or sister in need but shows no compassion-- how can God's love be in that person? Dear children, let's not merely say that we love each other; let us show the truth by our actions."

1 John 3:17-18 NLT