Harold Siercks has been a driver with Interfaith Caregivers for about a year. “I started as a volunteer driver last October because I wanted to get involved in the community,” he said. “I’ve been able to listen to stories from fantastic local senior citizens; some have had great careers, raised great families and others have served in the military.
“My goal is to hit 200 rides by October which is my first year anniversary.”
Bids being taken for Interfaith van
Also check out the H.E.L.P. Center at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Hartford providing gently used medical equipment and resources for seniors in need of assistance.
Everyone involved in Interfaith Caregivers is doing their part in helping make the life of area senior citizens that much easier.
Giving time to Interfaith Caregivers is a rewarding experience.
Whether it’s getting a group together to clean up an elderly neighbor’s yard or simply folding a fresh load of laundry, your time makes a real difference! In the end, don’t be surprised if you forget who’s helping who.
Click HERE for more details on how you can get involved, make a new friend and pay it forward at Interfaith Caregivers of Washington County.