It is comforting to know that I have a backup system when I cannot be with my mother.

“Thank you for all that you do to assure that my mother can live in her home independently.  It is comforting to know that I have a backup system when I cannot be with my mother.”

Kathleen D.

I replaced much of what I lost

“In a matter of three seconds I lost my ability to drive, but thanks to Interfaith Caregivers I have replaced much of what I lost.”
— Ruth S.

It’s More Than Just a Ride

Interfaith Caregivers is a nonsectarian organization that facilitates independent living by providing supportive volunteer services for people who are 65+ or have disabilities.

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Facilitating Independent Living

Caregivers has grown substantially from our grass roots beginnings—today volunteers help over 350 clients in Haddonfield and Haddon Heights.

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Know a Community Member in need of a Safe, Comfortable Ride?


Why Our Work Matters

Volunteers from Interfaith Caregivers help seniors get to the places they need to go. The following facts underscore the significance of our work:

  • More than half of all non-drivers 65 and over do not leave their homes on any given day because they do not have transportation.
  • According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, next to health, transportation is the most concerning issue for seniors.
  • AARP says that 88 percent of seniors want to stay in their own homes as long as they can, but more than 20 percent of seniors do not drive at all, reducing their ability to remain independent.
  • Without transportation, seniors face diminished physical and mental health. Seniors who do not drive make 15% fewer trips to the doctor, 59% fewer trips to the grocery store and 65% fewer trips to visit friends and family.
  • Seniors who have transportation options are more likely to have regular contact with friends, family and community members, which reduces their feelings of isolation and loneliness.

Would you like to make a difference in someone’s life?

As you can see, the work of Interfaith Caregivers can have a profound impact on quality of life for seniors in our area. Your contribution will help us serve additional clients. Donate Now.

Intersted in volunteer opportunities? Click here.

Should your loved one give up driving? Read the article here.

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