The CareGivers helps homebound elderly and disabled in the Greater Manchester and Nashua areas maintain their independence and dignity through the spirit of volunteerism.
We provide rides to medical and other essential appointments for those who cannot access reliable transportation, deliver food to those unable to shop on their own, or simply provide emotional support for individuals who otherwise would live amid isolation or loneliness.
Our clients often live alone on fixed incomes and without other means of services. Because of CareGivers, their wishes to remain living at home are preserved, their health and wellness improve and they positively engage in the world around them.
- Caring Cupboard: Personalized mobile food pantry that delivers free groceries to eligible neighbors in need each month.
- Caring Rides: Assistance and transportation to the doctor’s office, dentist appointments, pharmacies and more.
- Emotional Support: Volunteers build relationships with clients through friendly visits and reassuring phone calls, helping clients avoid feelings of loneliness and isolation.
- Service Projects & Educational Outreach: Activities that help promote our clients’ independence and sense of well-being. Projects meet a direct need or bring cheer to our clients, such as birthday visits, holiday cards or Thanksgiving food.
All services are provided free of charge.
For more information, visit the CareGivers website.
In The Past Year
seniors provided with food delivery, rides & other support
pounds of food delivered to homebound seniors
miles driven by Caring Rides volunteers
700 East Industrial Park Drive, Manchester, NH 03109 | 603-622-4948
“I cannot imagine CareGivers not being in my life. I desperately need those rides. Without them, I would not have the groceries that I need. Without the assistance from CareGivers, I might crumble.”
“Having someone give me a ride to the doctor is life-changing. The Caring Rides volunteers not only provide me with the help I can’t find elsewhere, they become my friends. Their compassion and kindness count so much when there are few people who truly understand us.”