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Donate What You Can

It’s up to us to make it happen — for our community, for our neighbors.

Your donations Village At Home at this time are critical to move us forward to launch of services.

Our neighbors are waiting! Read a few of their stories (names have been changed here to protect the privacy of the individuals involved)…


Eleanor in Tuscany Canterbury can’t drive anymore. She needs help up and down the steps, carrying packages and getting in and out of a car — exactly the assistance offered by Village volunteer drivers who can take Eleanor shopping, to her doctor or to her bridge game.

John and Mary Beth, in Roland Park worry about who to call when they need home repairs so they put them off. The last plumber they called overcharged them — by a lot. With one call to the Village, they can use vetted Village vendors. If there is the need, a knowledgeable volunteer can be present during any service call.

Joanne in Mt. Washington moved to a continuing care retirement community but was miserable there. Recently she moved back to her condo, which had not sold anyway. Now she finds herself needing social connections and transportation, as well as reasonable prices on home repairs in order to stretch her retirement dollars.

John in Ruxton needs help with his medications. He forgets what he has taken. He tried hiring an aide but couldn’t stand the aide hanging around for hours with nothing else to do after she gave him his morning medications. Determined to stay at home as long as he can, he loves the idea of sharing a medication technician with other Village At Home members to solve this problem.

Peter in Poplar Hill lost too much weight after his wife died last year. He would like to make use of the Bon Appetit Meals delivered. And he is very lonely. He wanted to know if anyone would like to play chess once a week.


Village At Home is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. You will receive a written acknowledgement of your donation to keep for your records.


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