Vital support to help homebound seniors live independently


Vital support to help homebound seniors live independently

Many homebound and disabled seniors live in isolation and away from loved ones, lacking access to essentials and community support. Others live on low, fixed incomes and regularly struggle, making even simple necessities like a week’s worth of groceries or a ride to the doctor’s office difficult to afford.

If you – or someone you know – are facing these challenges, CareGivers is here to help.

Through our incredible volunteer network, we provide seniors in Greater Manchester, Greater Nashua and the Lakes Region with food delivery, transportation and various forms of emotional support. We connect you to the vital resources that you need for your health, emotional well-being and overall quality of life, so you continue to live independently in your home without feeling alone.

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  • Monthly delivery of free groceries through a volunteer network (Caring Cupboard). ** Greater Manchester and Greater Nashua only
  • Volunteer rides to medical appointments, dialysis appointments, the eye doctor, dentist, grocery store and other vital errands. (Caring Rides)
  • Emotional support (phone calls, friendly visits)

In The Past Year


pounds of food delivered to homebound seniors


miles driven by Caring Rides volunteers to help get seniors to critical appointments


seniors who received monthly food deliveries through the Caring Cupboard


We serve seniors in:

  • Greater Manchester: Auburn, Bedford, Candia, Goffstown, Hooksett, Litchfield, Manchester
  • Greater Nashua: Amherst, Hollis, Hudson, Merrimack, Milford, Nashua.
  • Lakes Region: Alton and Wolfeboro (Caring Rides only)

You can best benefit from CareGivers if you are a homebound and/or disabled senior who:

  • Lives in Greater Manchester, Greater Nashua and Lakes Region
  • Lives alone, without family or a reliable support network nearby
  • Lacks the ability to drive or access reliable transportation
  • Regularly faces food insecurity and has difficulty getting to the grocery store

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