Thank you for your interest in Silver Angels for the Elderly!
Our ability to continue providing lonely and isolated seniors with positive, social interactions and experiences is dependent on our volunteers and supporters who graciously donate their time and talents to our cause.
- Short-term goal: to serve Manna Meals at more facilities.
- Long-term goal: to increase our Angel Buddy program that pairs Angels with lonely residents.
Silver Angels for the Elderly is a nonprofit organization that provides awareness and support to residents of eldercare facilities and their family members in Kootenai County.
The mission of Silver Angels for the Elderly is to put God’s love into action by giving hope, joy and fellowship to isolated seniors.
We envision a better world through kindness to lonely seniors.
Golden Rule: To treat all seniors as we would wish to be treated.
Kindness: To demonstrate compassion and respect for isolated seniors.
Positive Influence: To judge our effectiveness by the extent to which senior’s lives have been improved, and by the positive experience of the people we touch.
Leadership: To lead by example. Developing, promoting and sharing great new ideas and programs to help the elderly.
Authenticity: To do what we say we do.
Share Your Story
We encourage you to share your stories.
Not every elderly person in our community is well cared for. We want to hear your concerns.
Elder abuse and/or neglect is an intentional action that results in harm or creates a significant risk of harm (whether or not harm is intended) to an elder (defined as age 60 or older) by a caregiver or any other person the elder trusts. This includes a failure to protect the elderly individual from harm and/or meet his or her basic needs. Learn more about how to recognize elder abuse and how to report your concerns.
Read stories that have been shared with us and share yours.
Get in Touch. Get Involved.
Would you like to volunteer with the Silver Angels for the Elderly? Or make a contribution? Do you have a story to share about your own experiences with elderly friends and family members? We would love to hear from you.