What We Do
Helping the Elderly exists to offer support to those, especially the elderly, who cannot afford necessary home repairs.
We believe everyone deserves to live in a safe and structurally sound home. We understand that it’s hard to ask for help – whether it’s pride or the uncertainty of where to start or where to go. We’re here to help! We provide electrical repairs, wheelchair ramps, plumbing, heating and cooling unit repair/replacement, roof repair and/or replacement and more. Helping the Elderly works hard, using licensed contractors and volunteers, to ensure the elderly in our community have safe homes to live in.
"In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus said, "It is more blessed to give than to receive"
Bathroom Remodel Photos
Mr. and Mrs. F. bathroom remodel.
We provided safer accessibility for Mr. F. to bathe in.
Every spring, we bring love to elderly recipients by planting colorful flowers, plants and bushes outside of their home. The days we plant celebrate the resurrection of Christ and show aging moms appreciation.
Saint Francis de Sales (1567-1622), Bishop of Geneva once said:
“Truly charity has no limit; for the love of God has been poured into our hearts by His Spirit dwelling in each one of us, calling us to a life of devotion and inviting us to bloom in the garden where He has planted and directing us to radiate the beauty and spread the fragrance of His Providence.”
Our hearts our pure as we visit as many homes as possible to show love and compassion. If you would like to volunteer, please complete the information below to register as a ‘planter.’ If you would like to nominate someone – there is no age requirement - to receive flowers planted at their home, fill out the form below. Please note, we cannot guarantee every request can be met. All "planters" will be required to complete a waiver of liability document, and all minors must be accompanied by an adult. All minors must have a waiver of liability completed by their parent or legal guardian.