Washington Co., WI – Interfaith Caregivers of Washington County is rolling out a new way to serve its clients with a program called “Kindness Cards.”
“It’s a great opportunity for kids at home and it bring the ol’ pen pal opportunity back to life,” said Interfaith executive director Janean Brudvig.
“Interfaith has hundreds of seniors who would LOVE to get that card in the mail and what a great experience for the kids (or adults) who make a new friend via correspondence.”
For more information contact Interfaith Caregivers of Washington County, 262-365-0902.
Also keep in mind Kindness Calls: These calls offer a chance to connect with our senior clients, extend a bit of cheer to someone who may be feeling isolated, and also for an important check-in on their health and well-being. These calls will help us determine if they have a need for food or other essentials.
Please contact the Interfaith Office (262)365-0902 if you are interested in making calls to clients!
“Interfaith Expands Food Delivery / other ways to help Shut-In Seniors”
While Interfaith has temporarily suspended transportation requests until April 30 at this time, the following services continue:
Food Delivery – from Food Pantry or Grocery Store
Pharmacy – Pick-up and Delivery
Kindness Calls – Check-in calls & conversation with shut-in seniors
Kindness Cards – Write a letter to a shut-in senior
Meals on Wheels in Germantown – for information on how to help in other Washington County locations, please contact the ADRC at 262-335-4497
We will also be helping with yard clean-up and other outside projects as soon as weather permits.
The need for these services for our seniors in all of Washington County continues to increase. You can help! To find out how, please call the Interfaith office at 262-365-0902
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