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Lamorinda Village’s Shelter in Place Program for Seniors

Lamorinda Village has a Shelter in Place Program for Seniors to help older and more vulnerable adults stay home while volunteers shop and deliver groceries. This is a free program for all older seniors in Lamorinda. Please email info@lamorindavillage.org or call 925 283-3500 and leave a message if you need help getting groceries and/or meds from pharmacies delivered to your home.

Lamorinda Weekly | Lamorinda Village Honors Lafayette Resident Suzy Pak  

A global pandemic isn’t going to deter one of Lamorinda’s most proactive seniors organizations from celebrating the year and honoring all the volunteers on whom they rely. This year the Ed Stokes Volunteer of the Year award went to Suzy Pak at the meeting held over Zoom Jan. 14. Read More:

Lamorinda Weekly | Local Cafe’s Goodness Tree Brings Joy to Isolated Seniors this Holiday Season

For the owners of Orinda’s Genuine Goodness, helping others in time of need is just what they do. And this holiday season they have come up with a way to involve the community in brightening the lives of seniors during the pandemic that has many feeling completely isolated. Read More:

Orinda News | Free Services for Orinda Seniors

Are you a senior living in your own home and trying to remain independent? If so, did you know there are several wonderful service organizations which offer free support to non-driving seniors? Read More:

Lamorinda Weekly | Planning ahead to prepare for emergency evacuations vital- especially for non-drivers

With major fires burning all over the state, some close to home, and smoke blanketing Lamorinda most days as a daily reminder, the practicalities of exactly how to evacuate are a concern for many, especially older folks or others with limited mobility who don’t drive. The message from emergency services is loud and clear. Think about it now. Read More:

Orinda News | Volunteers Help Lamorinda Seniors Get Their Votes In

Everyone should have received his or her Official Voter Information Guide. Please review it and get ready to vote! Mail-in ballots will be sent out on Oct 5. Mark your ballot and place it in the postage-paid return envelope. Read More:

Lamorinda Weekly | Lamorinda Village prepares for fire season with help from community

Lamorinda Village has partnered with the National Charity League to put together 350 emergency go-bags for seniors. It is just one of the ways in which the Village is rallying to help the most vulnerable, with the support of the community. Read More:

Orinda News | Seniors Receive Emergency Essentials from Lamorinda Village Volunteers

Lamorinda Village, a support system which helps people age in their homes, arranged for National Charity League volunteer mothers and daughters to stuff 350 emergency/evacuation “go-bags” for seniors living independently in Orinda, Lafayette and Moraga. Read More:

KTVU | East Bay Grocer Partners with Volunteers to Deliver Groceries to Homebound Seniors During the Pandemic

Amid the stay at home order in the Bay Area to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a group of volunteers in the Lamorinda area are shopping for home bound seniors and delivering those groceries to their homes. Read More:

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Lamorinda Village’s Shelter in Place Program for Seniors

Lamorinda Village has a Shelter in Place Program for Seniors to help older and more vulnerable adults stay home while volunteers shop and deliver groceries. This is a free program for all older seniors in Lamorinda. Please email info@lamorindavillage.org or call 925 283-3500 and leave a message if you need help getting groceries and/or meds from pharmacies delivered to your home.

Lamorinda Weekly | Lamorinda Village Honors Lafayette Resident Suzy Pak  

A global pandemic isn’t going to deter one of Lamorinda’s most proactive seniors organizations from celebrating the year and honoring all the volunteers on whom they rely. This year the Ed Stokes Volunteer of the Year award went to Suzy Pak at the meeting held over Zoom Jan. 14. Read More:

Lamorinda Weekly | Local Cafe’s Goodness Tree Brings Joy to Isolated Seniors this Holiday Season

For the owners of Orinda’s Genuine Goodness, helping others in time of need is just what they do. And this holiday season they have come up with a way to involve the community in brightening the lives of seniors during the pandemic that has many feeling completely isolated. Read More:

Orinda News | Free Services for Orinda Seniors

Are you a senior living in your own home and trying to remain independent? If so, did you know there are several wonderful service organizations which offer free support to non-driving seniors? Read More:

Lamorinda Weekly | Planning ahead to prepare for emergency evacuations vital- especially for non-drivers

With major fires burning all over the state, some close to home, and smoke blanketing Lamorinda most days as a daily reminder, the practicalities of exactly how to evacuate are a concern for many, especially older folks or others with limited mobility who don’t drive. The message from emergency services is loud and clear. Think about it now. Read More:

Orinda News | Volunteers Help Lamorinda Seniors Get Their Votes In

Everyone should have received his or her Official Voter Information Guide. Please review it and get ready to vote! Mail-in ballots will be sent out on Oct 5. Mark your ballot and place it in the postage-paid return envelope. Read More:

Lamorinda Weekly | Lamorinda Village prepares for fire season with help from community

Lamorinda Village has partnered with the National Charity League to put together 350 emergency go-bags for seniors. It is just one of the ways in which the Village is rallying to help the most vulnerable, with the support of the community. Read More:

Orinda News | Seniors Receive Emergency Essentials from Lamorinda Village Volunteers

Lamorinda Village, a support system which helps people age in their homes, arranged for National Charity League volunteer mothers and daughters to stuff 350 emergency/evacuation “go-bags” for seniors living independently in Orinda, Lafayette and Moraga. Read More:

KTVU | East Bay Grocer Partners with Volunteers to Deliver Groceries to Homebound Seniors During the Pandemic

Amid the stay at home order in the Bay Area to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a group of volunteers in the Lamorinda area are shopping for home bound seniors and delivering those groceries to their homes. Read More: