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Hometown Hero 2017

The Northeast Tarrant County Chamber recognized Mid-Cities Care Corps volunteer, Ron Sullivan, as Our Hometown Hero 2017 !   Ron has been a dedicated MCCC driver for 18 years, providing transportation for seniors to medical appointments and social outreach events.  There have been many times when Ron has driven up to four or five senior neighbors at one time.  Volunteers provide their vehicle, gas and time.  Ron is an invaluable volunteer for Mid-Cities Care Corps!

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Ron Sullivan (pictured second from left). Photo Credit: @MikeLewisPhoto ;  Presenters Larry Brown, Super Bowl XXX MVP;  Michael Burgess, Congressman @MichaelBurgess ; Jack Bradshaw, President and CEO of @NortheastTarrantChamber @JackBradshaw.

If you have 3 hours per month to spare, please consider volunteering for one of the many programs MCCC offers to senior residents by visiting www.midcitiescarecorps.org/volunteer or contacting us at 817-282-0531.

Phone Friends Program Combats Isolation

Posted by on November 14, 2016 in News, Social Outreach | 0 comments

Phone Friends Program Combats Isolation

Isolation is a valid concern amongst the senior citizen market. There are many ways to help our senior neighbors combat the feeling of isolation, especially during the holiday season when life gets too busy.  Social outreach is a rewarding  means of giving back, whether it is of your time, resources or money.   The Phone Friends program that Mid-Cities Care Corps has in place is one of several social outreach programs offered and implemented by the many volunteers that make up the organization.  The program connects seniors with a friend who is committed to call each week.  Smiles are created and friendships are built.  We will continue this series on isolation with other programs offered by Mid-Cities Care Corps.  In the meantime, please connect with us if you are interested in volunteering, donating or even becoming a client.  If you are not already on our mailing list, go to our contact page and sign up.  We would love to hear from you.

 

Mid-Cities Care Corps Thanks Sponsors

Posted by on November 8, 2016 in Featured News & Events, News | 0 comments

Because of  our many wonderful sponsors and attendees, the  35th Anniversary Festival of Friends 2016 celebration was a big success.  Mid-Cities Care Corps thanks you for making a difference in the lives of our Senior community.

 

Fall is a time for thanksGiving

Posted by on October 31, 2016 in Featured News & Events, Helping Hands, Holiday Outreach, News, Social Outreach, Transportation | 0 comments

Fall is a time for thanksGiving

 

If you are unable to attend the Festival of Friends 2016 event, you can still make a difference in the lives of our Senior neighbors of Northeast Tarrant County by making a small contribution (by clicking on the ‘Donate’ button on this page) or even signing up as a volunteer. As the holidays approach, many senior citizens may begin to feel a sense of isolation. Mid-Cities Care Corps has put effective programs in place that connect seniors with life-long friendships such as the Phone Friends program and monthly Socials. To find out more about us or simply stay connected, like our Facebook or Twitter page and subscribe to our monthly newsletter. There are many ways you can make a difference.

“Alone, we can do so little; together we can do so much.” -Helen Keller

Special Event

Posted by on October 11, 2016 in Featured News & Events, Helping Hands, Holiday Outreach, News | 0 comments

Special Event

 

Festival of Friends 2016

 

Mid-Cities Care Corps is celebrating 35 years serving Seniors in Northeast Tarrant County and would like you to celebrate with us! This year’s Festival of Friends event is bigger and better than ever, so don’t miss out on securing your ticket.

Noted author, Missy Buchanan, will speak on the topic of aging. Missy offers encouragement to Seniors and their families and has appeared on Good Morning America. Her compassionate humor is both entertaining and enlightening.

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Missy Buchanan, Author

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