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ORGANIZATION: Conversations To Remember

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Conversations to Remember is a 501C3 nonprofit that connects students with senior citizens who are in long term care communities for virtual visits. This charity was founded in the wake of Covid-19 when the long term care communities shut their doors to all visitors, and the epidemic of loneliness began to grow among the residents. Our services are completely free, all volunteer based.

We are looking for someone with Public Relations experience to help publicize our organization. We are looking for someone who can assist with getting our name and mission in the press, on tv, etc. While the company is managed by adults, it was founded by a 16 year old high school student, who saw a need and wanted to help. He (the 16 year old) is the face of the company, and we would like to find ways to get him in the spotlight to help promote our mission.

To learn more about Conversations to Remember, go to . This is a volunteer position, open only to someone with PR experience. Do not contact us directly, all inquiries should be done through VolunteerMatch.

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About Conversations To Remember


81 Windsor Drive, Pine Brook, NJ 07058, US

Mission Statement

Connecting high school and college students with residents in assisted living communities to combat the epidemic of loneliness. Putting a smile on the faces of seniors, including those experiencing cognitive decline, creating a bridge between seniors and youth.


High School & College Students: Once a week 2 or 3 students engage in a video call with a senior citizen who is in an assisted living facility. Most of the residents that we are working with have some form of cognitive decline. The calls last about an hour, and we have 2 or 3 students doing it together. During the virtual visit, students don't have to be physically together, they can each be on their own device.

For more information, and to submit an interest form, go to


Children & Youth
Media & Broadcasting
Children & Youth, Media & Broadcasting, Seniors


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