We Appreciate Your Support
Nearly one-half of the funds necessary for our operation come from the contributions of individuals and businesses. Here are a few ways you can make a difference in the life of someone striving to meet the challenges of aging:
Fundraising Golf Tournament
Join us for the annual fundraising golf tournament. Captain's choice. Lunch provided. Golfers are eligible for prizes and door prizes. Sponsorships are available. For more information, call (336) 538-8080.
Make a Financial Contribution
You may also support Alamance ElderCare by making a financial contribution. Your gift may be in honor or memory of a special person or occasion. There are three convenient ways to make a donation:
ONLINE: Click HERE to make a secure donation online.
BY MAIL: Mail your donation (payable to Alamance ElderCare) to:
PO Box 202
Burlington, NC 27216-0202
Please include your name, address and phone number, and indicate if you would like a receipt for tax purposes.
BY PHONE: Call (336) 538-8080 to make a donation by credit card.
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Adopt an Older Adult
Make a difference in the life of one of our clients by "adopting" them for the holiday – or year round. Simply provide personal care items, household items, special needs or supplies, a little help, or a little extra cheer. Contact us for more information.
Annual Fundraising Breakfast
This fall event brings the work of Alamance ElderCare to life with true and heartfelt stories from the families touched by our care managers, thanks yous extended to our staff and supporters, and a challenge to make a difference.
Be a Volunteer
Check out this list of ways you can contribute your
time and talents to support Alamance ElderCare and our clients.
Alamance ElderCare is a non-profit human services agency that envisions a community in which all older adults and their caregivers have access to the resources and support needed to live full and independent lives.