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Celebrate fall with a tasty, hearty soup! This time of year, it is easy to find carrots, cauliflower, turnips, onions, broccoli, cabbage, kale and potatoes. All of these vegetables add vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to your diet. Ingredients:...read more
Need your gutters cleaned or your filters replaced? We're hear to help! To meet the growing needs and fulfill our mission, we have expanded our offerings to include Home Support: interior and exterior maintenance services to help keep your home, or that of a loved...read more
Spring has sprung, and that means saying goodbye to cold weather and hello to spring cleaning and chores around the home. If you would like to assist a senior with preparing for the upcoming season, but live far away, or you don’t have the time or the tools, send them...read more
Help spread the word about Help At Your Door to potential volunteers and clients while bagging items at the grocery store. To celebrate Older Americans Month this May, Help At Your Door will be bagging groceries for customers at Cub Foods locations on Saturday, May...read more
Help At Your Door is pleased to welcome Dawn Germscheid to the team as Finance Director. Dawn Germscheid has more than 30 years of extensive accounting and finance experience in both private and nonprofit sectors. Her experience includes business development,...read more
Interested in staying up-to-date about what's going on this spring at Help At Your Door? Take a look at our latest newsletter for information about volunteer group opportunities, ways that our Handyman Services will help seniors with tasks around the home this spring,...read more
May 6, 2017 Show your support for Help At Your Door and older adults in your community at our "Age Out Loud" Run and Walk Event. On May 6, 2017, bring your families and your grandmas and grandpas to meet at the registration booth near the parking lot of Lake Como's...read more
Designed for middle school and high school students, ages 13-18, centered around the theme of “What Does Aging Mean to You?” Now accepting applications…read more
With our expanded services, comes additional ways for our volunteers to get involved.read more
One grocery delivery driver’s gut instinct and training saves the life of an elderly woman.
What seemed like a routine, blustery, Monday morning for Help At Your Door’s, Store To Door grocery delivery driver, Jim Foley, quickly turned into a life-saving experience.