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You can help change someone’s world

PeopleCare was called on over 2,500 times last year to help the frail elderly and their families. We could not have done that without the valuable gifts of time, talent and resources in support of our Mission. Thank you!

Our Mission

Using primarily volunteers, PeopleCare will assist and support the involuntarily homebound elderly by providing socialization, emotional support and access to service providers, where no one is denied service.
 

Charitable Giving

PeopleCare welcomes monetary and in-kind gifts to help maintain our vision that “no older adult in the last third of life should ever feel abandoned but should be able to live their life in the most productive way possible”. All donations are tax deductible according to current IRS regulations regarding 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations.

Planned Giving

You can make a lasting statement and support the work of PeopleCare forever through a contribution. Many individuals have chosen to make a gift by including the following language in their will or trust:
 

“I give, devise and bequeath to PeopleCare, Inc., a non-profit service and charitable organization whose mailing address is PeopleCare, Inc, 60 Akenside Road, Riverside, IL 60546, _____ percent of my estate (or, the sum of $_____; or , _____ percent of the residue of my estate) to support the PeopleCare Endowment for Life Long Service (or the PeopleCare Annual Fund).”

You can download this statement in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.
 
To learn more about planned gifts contact Bruce Jablonski, Associate Director, at 60 Akenside Road, Riverside, IL 60546 or 708.442.1223 or email .

The Power of an Hour

What can volunteering one hour mean? To a PeopleCare client it can mean a doctor’s appointment on time…a filled prescription…or a friendly ear. To a PeopleCare volunteer it’s seeing the amazing difference their time can make. Every hour is precious. We think that’s the most important lesson of all.

Learn about volunteer opportunities