Giving Tuesday

November 28, 2023


“Warm Hearts, Warm Home: Giving the Gift of Independence to Our Seniors.”

Throughout the year, our dedicated volunteers and supporters have been the pillars of strength that enable us to make a profound difference in the lives of homebound seniors in our community. At the core of our mission is the belief that every senior deserves to live with warmth and comfort in the home they love, surrounded by the people and things that bring them joy. Your support makes this vision a reality.

As we approach the end of the year, we kindly ask you to consider a year-end gift to support our mission. Your donation will directly impact the lives of the seniors in our community, enabling them to continue living in their homes. Your generosity provides the essential warmth that allows these seniors to age in place and thrive.

Thank you!

Your support makes a difference, meet…

Photo: Joan, Care Receiver Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey

Joan, Caregiver Receiver

I can’t say enough great things about [Caregivers] and their wonderful volunteers.  I tell everyone I see that [Caregivers] is wonderful,  things are a lot different since the pandemic, but even with the added safety precautions, like wearing masks and staying in the volunteer’s car instead of waiting in the doctor’s office, the wonderful care and compassion that the volunteers provide is exactly the same!

Photo: CVCJ Board Member, Reverent Scott

Father Scott, Pastor St. Joseph’s RCC

Being on the Board of Directors gives me an inside look at what this amazing organization does on a day to day basis and how they are able to provide seniors with the support services that they need. Whether they are looking for volunteers or seniors who are in need, we are proud to be able to work together in harmony for the good of our community.

Photo: Grace, Caregiver Volunteer

Grace, Caregiver Volunteer

Grace has been a Volunteer with Caregivers for the past 12 years providing transportation and food shopping to countless seniors in our community.  She has also been a Whiting Coordinator connecting our volunteers & receivers.  Grace says, “Volunteering with Caregivers has been a blessing to me, being able to help people in various ways means so much. I will continue to spread the word about your great services.