The mission at Senior Compassion Foundation is to seek out seniors residing in long-term care facilities or at home that may struggle with loneliness, depression, and/or feelings of abandonment. The Foundation offers positive, purposeful interactions that may improve their emotional, social, spiritual, and intellectual needs. The path to this improvement may include genuine caring visitation, nature excursions, community outings, or granting of wishes for those with a yearning for experiencing a previous hobby or favorite past time.
We value each senior as a guiding light of the past and realize their many experiences and history have paved the way for what our world is today. The goal of Senior Compassion Foundation is to see that no senior is left behind and that they each have the opportunity to feel loved and true compassion in the autumn of their lives. Long-term care facility social workers, activity directors, as well as, community senior services coordinators team up with Senior Compassion Foundation to help identify seniors who would like to be engaged by our volunteers in an effort to improve their quality of life opportunities. A special emphasis will be devoted to military veterans of previous eras.
The vision of Senior Compassion Foundation is to become the preeminent nonprofit service for seniors that can be counted on for life enrichment and compassionate interaction. We hope to see a future where this type service will be available in cities across the nation.