|Welcome to Canopy of Neighbors!
Canopy of Neighbors, Inc. was created to serve the needs of senior citizens age 62+ living independently in zip codes 14209 and 14222. We are a volunteer-first village, so members can call our office and request services from volunteers for help with a wide variety of activities to help them remain in their own homes as they grow older, including bill paying, companionship, grocery shopping, letter writing, light home housekeeping/maintenance, technology assistance, and transportation to medical appointments, just to name a few. A membership in Canopy of Neighbors links members with whatever volunteer or discounted vendor resources are necessary to help them age well at home and retain the confidence to live independently.
The difference for our members
- Living independently as an older person becomes easier because our volunteers help with a wide range of daily activities that have gotten a little bit harder to cope with.
What the difference is worth
- Choices: having access to a volunteer support system allows our members to regain and/or retain a strong sense of self-determination as they begin to negotiate all the changes associated with growing older.
- Community: having access to member-driven programming means that our members gain a new supportive fellowship with men and women who are as active and vibrant as they are!
- Cost-benefit: having access to a volunteers(vendors)-first system means that our members are enjoying significant savings overwhat they would be paying for services or transportation
On this website you can find everything you need to know about Canopy of Neighbors, including what we do, how we do it, who can become a member, and most importantly, how to join! As a member you can use this site to renew your membership, read the latest newsletters from Canopy of Neighbors, and sign up for events, so keep coming back to see how we grow! Enjoy!
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