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Aging/Seniors Resource Fair for in NW Pdx

Resources for Aging In Place in NW Portland
Thursday, Sept. 20th 4:00-7:00pm
Friendly House 1737 NW 26th
Free Open House on Sept. 20th: Resources for Seniors in NW Portland

Portland, OR - Three organizations are working together to host a free Open House to share information about resources for seniors. We expect at least 25 organizations and businesses to have information and representatives, with a focus on those that serve the downtown and northwest portions of Portland in particular. Here are the details:

Resources for Aging In Place
Thursday, Sept. 20th 4:00-7:00pm
Friendly House 1737 NW 26th
(at the corner of NW 26th & Thurman, Bus 15, 17, 77)

Free Refreshments & Door Prizes provided by AARP,
Learn about the community organizations and resources that serve elders in the neighborhoods of NW Portland,
Drop in for brief presentations that start every 20 min,
Browse information tables, and ask your questions.

This event is for NWPM volunteers, seniors and their family members, caregivers, and anyone interested in learning more about community organizations and resources that serve seniors.

For more details or to RSVP (desired but not absolutely required), contact Kelly Caldwell, Volunteer Manager, Northwest Portland Ministries at 503-413-5530 or  Kelly@nwpm.org.

Northwest Portland Ministries (NWPM) is a non-profit interfaith organization serving seniors and people with disabilities in Northwest Portland. Founded over 25 years ago, NWPM participating members include eleven churches and synagogues, several human service agencies and Legacy Health System. Our volunteers work to assist vulnerable residents, providing essential transportation, home visits, grocery shopping assistance, support for a NW Portland Loaves & Fishes site, and other volunteer services, to help clients maintain independence, wellbeing and connection to the community.

homepage: homepage: http://www.nwpm.org
phone: phone: 503-413-5530