• Our mission

    To mitigate the social isolation of older adults by building a society that promotes their well-being, while enabling them to feel valued and remain socially connected.

  • How we are helping

    An older man is chatting with a younger man over a video call.

    Providing social comfort

    Our volunteers are paired with older adults referred through their healthcare providers or coordinators. By exchanging stories over weekly calls, they steadily develop their new-found friendship.

    An older man is using a smartphone.

    Training to use technology

    We are only a few screen taps away from someone. Training older adults to use modern technology empowers them to stay in touch with loved ones whenever they wish.

    An informational pamphlet on COVID-19.

    Building health literacy on COVID-19

    Being the most vulnerable population, we educate older adults on COVID-19 and proper hygiene practices they can follow to minimize risk of exposure.

    Store fronts along a street.

    Connecting with community resources

    Whether it be financial, housing, legal, recreational, religious, wellness, etc., we connect older adults with the appropriate services they are seeking.

    Fruits and vegetables in two brown grocery paper bags.

    Running groceries

    We are more than happy to organize for groceries, and sometimes even run it ourselves!

  • We are listed as a community resource by

    Social Planning Toronto
    Toronto Council on Aging
    Social Development Centre Waterloo Region
    East Toronto Family Practice Network
    Cambridge Council on Aging
    Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board
    Dakota Community Centre