Volunteers Needed Aging Services Program
Aging Services is looking for volunteers to help older adults remain living in their homes.
- help to straighten up home
- light laundry
- menu planning/prep/cleanup
- grocery pickup
- delivery groceries-door step
Aging Services cover the following counties:
Chisago/Isanti, Kanabec, Pine and Mille Lacs.
If interested please contact Volunteer Manager Brooke Zank at 651-674-8040 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are following all COVID guidelines at this time.
Family Pathways programs are supported, in part, by the Federal Older Americans Act via contract with Central Minnesota Council on Aging under an Area Plan approved by the MN Board on Aging; by Minnesota Department of Human Services, local donors, cost share contributions, and our Family Pathways Thrift Stores
About Family Pathways
6413 Oak St, North Branch, MN 55056, US
Family Pathways works alongside people to enhance lives through a continuum of essential services and-together with the community-champions positive social change. Every voice. Every possibility. Every day.
We have been committed to standing by the side of our neighbors since 1978. We’ve done this by working together with partners, individuals, businesses, organizations, and faith communities who are passionate about their communities. Over the past four decades, we’ve adapted to the needs of the communities we serve in the City of Forest Lake; Carlton, Chisago, Isanti, Kanabec, Mille Lacs, and Pine Counties in Minnesota and Polk County in Wisconsin.
Family Pathways’ support services provides healthy food access, domestic and sexual violence prevention and victim services, supervised visitation, services for older adults and caregivers.
Volunteers come from all walks of life, backgrounds, service groups, businesses, youth groups, and educational systems. Some are brought to our agency through the court system to complete community service hours. We strive to provide everyone with an opportunity to contribute.