Carol Chapman and Lorraine Kennett made a visit to FOX5 to discuss the dollar-per-dollar donation drive! All donations made by Sunday, July 1, 2018 will be matched in full by one of our generous donors.Continue Reading →
Our very own Carol Chapman and Lorraine Kennett were interviewed on KTNV Channel 13 Action News on Sunday morning to discuss the donation drive we have going on right now! When you donate to the Foundation now through July 1 your donation will be matched dollar for dollar by one of our generous donors!Continue Reading →
On June 12, 2018, the Foundation Assisting Seniors hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony, which was presented by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, to celebrate the foundation’s new location.
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The Foundation Assisting Seniors was featured in the Review Journal’s Local Schedule for their upcoming Charity Golf Tournament at the Revere Golf Club.Continue Reading →
Father and Son duo awarded for service and leadership
On Wednesday, February 7, The Foundation Assisting Seniors held their Annual Appreciation Dinner, where they awarded their 2017 Person of the Year. This was the first time in the history of the organization that the annual award was given to two recipients. Ken and Frank Moser, a father and son duo, accepted the award for Persons of the Year.
Frank and Ken were recognized for their dedicated leadership and outstanding service for TheContinue Reading →
Established in 2002, the Foundation Assisting Seniors is proud to announce its new location at 2518 Anthem Village Dr., Ste. 102, in Henderson, Nev. The Foundation provides essential programs and services including light home maintenance and durable medical equipment, as well as the HowRU program and the Medication Reminder program at no cost.
“We are thrilled to announce our new location to better serve the ever-expanding senior community,” said Carol Chapman, vice president of the Foundation Assisting Seniors. “At this newContinue Reading →
The Foundation Assisting Seniors organization’s mission is to assist, at no charge, seniors in times of illness, recovery, confinement at home, coping with the loss of a loved one and other challenges facing the senior community.
The increasing growth of the senior population requires the Foundation to grow and improve its services.
The Foundation provides assistance to the senior community with everyday tasks such as household maintenance and transportation that they would otherwise be unableContinue Reading →
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Following a cancer diagnosis in March, Sun City Anthem resident Michele Jim spent two weeks in a hospital receiving treatment. Upon her release, she could barely walk, she said.
To continue her life at home, she would need a wheelchair, a walker, a shower bench and an electric hospital bed.
“There’s no place really to rent that stuff either,” Jim said. “WeContinue Reading →