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Mission Statement

Seniors in Service of Tampa Bay, Inc. recruits, trains and places volunteers to help children succeed and elders remain independent.


Seniors in Service of Tampa Bay, Inc. manages volunteers to meet the challenges of the community with services that offer mentoring, tutoring and companionship through customized training, support and recognition of our volunteers.

Programs Offered Through Seniors in Service:

Foster Grandparent Program (FGP)

  • The Foster Grandparent Program recruits senior volunteers (55+) to go into schools and after-school programs to mentor at-risk and special needs children and provide them with one-on-one, individualized attention

Senior Companion Program (SCP)

  • The Senior Companion Program recruits senior volunteers (55+) to go into the homes of homebound, elderly clients and provide them with companionship and assistance.

Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

  • The RSVP Program recruits senior volunteers(55+) to participate more fully in the life of the community through volunteer service. The program matches the considerable wealth of knowledge, skills, and experience of this vital and rapidly growing age group with the addressing of critical needs and unresolved issues in our community.

Operation Connect

  • Provides companionship and daily chores to frail or disabled veterans, enabling them to live independently.

Bill Payer Program

  • Bonded, experienced volunteer assists those with challenges in holding a pen, not seeing well or anyone needing assistance in our community with writing bill payments.

Spic & Span for Seniors

  • Helps fragile elderly or disabled persons maintain a tidy, healthy home. Volunteer groups from local colleges, civic organizations, and corporate businesses roll up their sleeves to help elders remain independent by performing chores in their homes.

Seniors in Service values diversity. Individuals of all races, ethnicities, ages, gender and/or those with disabilities are encouraged to engage with our organization.


Average Review 5 reviews

Would you recommend Seniors in Service of Tampa Bay, Inc.?

by Thomas J. (March 15, 2018)
The staff and volunteers were all motivated and pleasant to work with. It was a great experience!
by Marikay L. (May 25, 2015)
Working as a volunteer in the Healthy Habits program is extremely rewarding. The children enjoy the lessons, snacks, and games. I have been rewarded with hugs and called Grandma by a lot of these children. At the end of the course, it is surprising how much of the material they retain and will continue to use throughout their life. If I have saved one child from obeseity, then I have accomplished a job well done. Come join the team for a fulfilling and rewarding time.
by Louis A. (May 16, 2015)
The folks at Seniors in Service are helping a lot of people in the Tampa Bay community and, as a volunteer, it feels good to be part of that important effort. It's too bad that more people don't see just how important the SiS mission is, and how hard the organization's staff works to help people in need. This is more than just a noble effort--many people benefit from what SiS provides--so every volunteer counts.
by Virgil K. (May 15, 2015)
The agency is committed to serving children and seniors. It provides outstanding support to both the volunteer and to the organization where I volunteer. My work at the Brandon Senior Center, where I volunteer, has been most fulfilling and a great addition to life.
by Susan A. from Wesley Chapel, FL (March 18, 2009)
I volunteered with the Bill Payer Org many months ago. They sent me a profile to complete which included much personal information. I received one call asking if I was still interested to which I replied I was. That was it, never heard a word. I sent them e-mail asking for my personal information to be returned and I was ignored. I guess they really don't need help and they collect this information which goes God knows where!