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Creative Expressions: Aging Well Through the Arts
The WVAC's Creative Aging initiative was developed to improve the quality of life for older adults - emotionally, physically, and cognitively. Professionally trained teaching artists provide engaging and meaningful arts classes that create a sense of control, mastery and independence. The program especially reaches out to seniors with limited resources and access to such programs. Participating senior living communities include one that provides housing for lower income residents; another that provides restorative support for veterans and others recovering from strokes, surgeries, and other challenges; and another that asked for a Dance/Movement class for residents who have Parkinson's disease. Participants have said that the classes helped their confidence to grow, inspired them to keep trying, had a positive impact on their sense of well-being, and a woman with Parkinson's said that the class helped her to retain a smooth walking ability. These wonderful seniors are inspiring the West Valley Council to continue to grow the program.
Goal: $500.00
5% Funded

by Kay McDonald
DONATE $ 50 to the AMANDA HOPE KEY to STRENGTH campaign
100% of your $50 gift will provide a comfort care kit for a child battling cancer
Receive a limited edition campaign KEYFOB that signifies the STRENGTH of a company and a cause coming together to solve challenges.
Program made possible by the generous support of the National Bank of Arizona
30 Day campaign runs 8/15-9/15. Your gift will be mailed at the end of the campaign

READ FULL DETAILS of the program HERE: https://charitycharms.com/kts-amandahope/

SEE FULL INTERVIEW: https://youtu.be/VsdKCPgp4B4

Goal: $20,000.00
0% Funded

Delores M. Frank
by Michelle Mendoza
In loving memory of Delores M. Frank

Delores and Robert Frank moved to Arizona three years ago to be closer to their daughter, granddaughter and great grandchildren. Shortly after visiting the Borrow Neurological Institute Dolores was diagnosed with dementia.

On Tuesday, June 30, 2020 Delores had a stroke. After being at home and in care of hospice for five days she left us here on earth and became our guardian angel on July 5, 2020.

Please consider donating to this nonprofit organization so that they can purchase equipment and supplies - publish and print materials about neurological diseases and stroke for the public and continue their research studies. As we are unable to have any services due to Covid-19.

My grandfather Robert- my mother Beth - my uncle Rick and I her granddaughter Michelle would like to express our appreciation towards everyone during this time. You phone calls and prayers are lifting our spirits from loved ones near and far.

Thank you kindly in advance for your donations.
Michelle Mendoza

Goal: $4,000.00
13% Funded