We need your help!
“STAYING PUT” It’s not just what we should all be doing to stay safe from COVID-19… but it’s also the name of our flagship program to help older adults in Lower Bucks County. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, we are expanding the STAYING PUT program to serve seniors who are homebound &/or highly susceptible to contracting this virus and we need your help! Please consider assisting:
- Volunteer to deliver meals and prescriptions to vulnerable seniors with our no-contact protocol, in which you’ll never need to enter a store, pharmacy or home (all outdoor pickups and front step drop offs).
- Refer people in need; homebound seniors, those with compromised immune systems, and those already facing life threatening illness, to our program (call 215-428-0500 ext. 101 or email email@example.com). Lower Bucks County residents only please.
- Provide financial support to Ivins Outreach Center to help offset the costs of prepared meals, groceries, and transportation. Please visit our donation page to help us help those that are really struggling to survive this potentially devastating pandemic.
The Ivins Resource Center Staff and Board of Directors
Check out these articles featuring The Ivins Outreach Center:
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We would also like to thank the amazing organizations and individuals who are helping us deliver services to our community during this time!
To our Angels in Action, the Families of Rock Creek Run, Gelest Inc., St. Gregorios Malankara Orthodox Church, T. Foster and Co., Nucor Skyline, YRC, Truck Smart, Foundations Community Partnership, RJ Bagels, Home Depot, The Morrisville Branch Giant Supermarket, Holy Trinity Church, Morrisville Presbyterian Church, our volunteers, Bucks County Area Agency on Aging, United Way, Cops for Kids, the Elks Club, Morrisville United Methodist Church, Infinity Healthcare Services, COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation, Yardley Carpet Cleaners, and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.