Home Instead Senior Care Foundation presented a $10,000 grant to Duet: Partners in Aging, empowering the nonprofit agency to continue its work for homebound elders and adults with disabilities. The grant will help 750 isolated seniors remain living in their own homes through free-of-charge grocery shopping, rides to medical appointments, visiting and other vitally needed services.

For more than 30 years, Duet has worked diligently to improve the quality of life for older adults across the Valley. “We are thrilled to be chosen for this generous grant. We know that we can continue to serve our clients and families and provide more opportunities for them, as well as reach more people with our services,” said Duet Executive Director Elizabeth Banta.

“Our mission is very similar to Duet, as we both help enhance the lives of aging adults and those who care for them,” said Roger H. Baumgart, executive director of Home Instead Senior Care Foundation. “We are pleased to provide grant funding to Duet for making a positive difference in the safety, well-being and independence of seniors.”

To learn more, visit www.homeinsteadseniorcarefoundation.org.


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