Some of Orange’s most deserving yet most vulnerable citizens are the seniors and veterans.  We work with some of the cities greatest agencies to provide a better way of life for them.

In response to requests from the city, local partners have restored dignity and a place to live in over 40 situations.   Because the referrals come without warning, it is hard to plan out when a work day will be far in advance.  Keep an eye on this page for current opportunities to serve.

SOUL HEALING HEROES - Sending Virtual Encouragement Cards
Where there is vulnerability in our society there is work to be done. We advocate for one of the most voiceless members of our society - residents living in aging care communities. - Soul Rapha

The problem faced in aging care facilities today is clear: senior isolation and loneliness. With combined efforts, mixed with technology, senior citizens will no longer feel forgotten, isolated and disconnected from the community. A great way for you to get involved is to create a virtual greeting card for seniors citizens suffering in isolation and loneliness.

Click this link & follow the steps to send a cheerful message to a senior today: Send-A-Smile!
To learn more about this organization, click here! 

Below are senior centers that would welcome your visits and love in action. Contact the facility, arrange a day and time, then go visit and love these folks who are too often forgotten and neglected. Also see document filled with ideas on things to do with these seniors as you visit.

Fountains Care Center
1835 W. La Veta Ave,
Orange, CA 92868
(714) 978 - 6800

Town and Country Manor
555 E. Memory Lane,
Santa Ana, CA 92706
(714) 547 - 7581

Kirkwood Orange
1525 E. Taft Ave,
Orange, CA 92865
(657) 888 - 5829

Park Plaza
620 S. Glassell St.
Orange, CA 92866
(714) 997 - 5355

The Meridian at Anaheim Hills
525 S Anaheim Hills Rd
Anaheim, CA 92807
(714) 464 - 6128