Hi There OurSeniors Vendors, Readers, Subscribers, and Donors
The OurSeniors team is a group of advocates for the wellness, fairness, and happiness of seniors. We do our part in helping the seniors of our communities and we try to raise awareness to get others in the spirit of doing the same. This year is moving along quickly and we’re fast approaching another holiday.
This is one of those times where we like to raise awareness as we mentioned and when we want to encourage you to include seniors in your plans for this upcoming holiday while learning more about what it means.
The Best Time to Learn Is During Lunch
It’s that time again, time for another Lunch and Learn and of course, you’re invited. On September 15, 2023, we want you to prepare to join us at Volusia Memorial in Ormond Beach and come ready to soak in a lot of useful information that will be presented by Andrew Grant who will be going in-depth about topics such as estate and Medicaid planning and veteran’s benefits.
Joe Kochersperger will also be explaining how to plan ahead and why this is important. Space is limited so we encourage you to find out more about this event here.
Did You Know That OurSeniors Won Volusia-Flagler Counties Score Non-profit Client of the Year?
It’s no secret that what the OurSeniors team does is beneficial to the senior populations of Florida and even those that help us to support these populations. However, it’s always nice when you know that your efforts haven’t gone unnoticed.
If you weren’t already aware, OurSeniors were the winners of Volusia-Flagler Counties SCORE
Non-profit Client of the Year in 2021 and we want to continue to do more. The SCORE Program specifically recognized OurSeniors.Net Magazine for our work in providing seniors with useful information and resources. Some of these things are important news, the events we coordinate, and even OurSeniors Radio. It was also about what we do for seniors at our core.
Our purpose is in helping to enrich the lives of seniors across the state and to ensure that this vulnerable population isn’t taken advantage of and that their voices are heard.
From OurSeniors Team