Your gift before December 31 will help us continue serving Chicago’s low-income seniors.
$500 will purchase a week’s worth of upkeep and home repair supplies such as screws, outlet covers, tape, and batteries for smoke detectors to ensure healthy and safe living conditions for seniors who wish to remain in their own homes as they age
$250 will pay for an outing for senior residents, to keep them engaged in their community and support their sense of well-being
$100 will pay for a month and a half of the operating cost that is not covered by a tenant’s rent for an apartment at Nathalie Salmon House
$50 will pay for a day’s worth of for food for shared living residents
All News items—We have had three new people join our staff in the last month. Welcome Jim, Amber and Courtenay!
All News items—Each year, more and more Americans are caring for a loved one with a chronic condition, disability, or the frailties of old age. There are as many as 90 million family caregivers in the U.S. today.
All News items—The residents of Pat Crowley House held a garage sale last month and raised $250 for H.O.M.E.
All News items—Everything that we do at H.O.M.E. is designed to help seniors maintain their independence--that's our purpose and our cause.
Join the Partners in Independence Club and become a monthly donor.
All News items—Shared living is a wonderful option for seniors who do not need 24-hour nursing care or for seniors who relish a more communal living environment. Each senior enjoys their own bedroom and nutritious… Continue
All News items—H.O.M.E. could not exist without the continued generous support of our sponsors and volunteers.
Donate to H.O.M.E. Seniors and help us support low-income seniors in Chicago.
H.O.M.E. helps low-income seniors in Chicago maintain their independence by providing home upkeep and repair, a shopping bus and three affordable, intergenerational buildings.