Category Archives: Community

Heads Up! Primary Elections Are August 23

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OurSeniors are famous for being the most dependable voting bloc in America. Time after time, America’s seniors lead the league in voting turnout. All politicians know this, and they pay careful attention to the issues that concern seniors. Nowhere is this more important than in the state of Florida, the most senior state in the […]

What You Need to Consider Before rejoining Community Events

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Seniors that stay socially active experience several benefits that enrich their lives, including better cognitive function, boosted immune system, and improved mental and physical health. Social activities, however, have been a challenge in the last year and a half because of Covid-19 quarantine protocols. This has time has been particularly difficult for seniors because quarantine […]

OurSeniors.org is now a 501(c)(3) nonprofit!

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Do you enjoy OurSeniors.net Magazine? If you’ve been reading our magazine, using our discounts, listening to our podcast and receiving our free newsletter, we hope you have found tremendous value in what we do. We launched OurSeniors.org as an initiative to visit seniors living in nursing homes and providing comfort for those who are isolated. […]

This nonprofit is gifting literacy to children one book at a time

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When giving gifts to children in our own families or when donating to children in need, we tend to think that toys are the best thing for them. As long as a child is playing, they are happy and occupied. Toys may be a great gift option, but age-appropriate books and resources for parents have […]

Nonprofits are struggling during COVID-19, here are a few you can help now

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Nonprofit organizations that depend on donations and volunteers have been disrupted due to COVID-19. With an increase in demand for their services and a decrease in donations and means of fundraising, they need our help now more than ever. Many of them have to turn people away due to a lack of volunteers, reduced staff, […]