Provide Free Rides to Non-driving Goleta Seniors
COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN CARING
Volunteers Urgently Needed!
Help isolated seniors in Goleta, Santa Barbara, and unincorporated Santa Barbara County. In response to COVID-19 we are ensuring that our elderly community has access to basic needs such as food and prescription medication without having to leave their homes. Volunteers must be 21+ and pass a local/national background check and fingerprinting if the activities are one-on-one with a senior (such as supplying a ride). Please see our website for more information.
You can even volunteer from the comfort of your own home and become a phone pal and be the voice of cheer and joy for an isolated senior. We need your help, now more than ever! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 805 925 0125 if you would like to volunteer and help deliver groceries to those that need it the most in these times.
Become a volunteer, or if you know someone who may need services, please share our post or contact us. If you know of a senior 62+ who needs services, feel free to call or email email@example.com
Our number for services is (805) 925-8000
You may also visit our website to learn more about our agency at www.partnersincaring.org
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN CARING
c/o Pilgrim Terrace, 649 Pilgrim Terrace Dr., SANTA BARBARA, CA 93101, US
Our mission is to provide volunteer support services that allow our senior population to live independently while maintaining dignity, respect, and quality of life.
Our Services had to adjust due to Covid-19 but we have kept every essential service going throughout the pandemic, and we have many safety practices in place.
Our Volunteer Program is designed as a support system and intervention for those unable to access affordable non-medical support services in Santa Barbara County and who often lack family/friend support. It also involves younger seniors in providing volunteer services while they engage in social activities that keep them active. We will all grow older and need a hand at some point; let us take care of each other.