Elderly (6)


CLICK is a pioneering model of social entrepreneurship for the third age in Israel that improves the quality of life of retirees via the development of social, cultural and vocational initiatives
“SAVI” Social Business Enterprise – An Entrepreneurial Vocation Center that employs elderly in a variety of occupational options in a workshop that creates craft kits and gifts for sale. The enterprise provides dignified employment for the aged and improves their socio-economic situation.
“Hod” Leisure Center – A unique afternoon and evening center for the 60 + age group with at least 10 multi-disciplinary community services operated by seniors including lectures, workshops, sports, cultural, educational and art activities
Community Centers –Vital services that maintain active independent living such as a nursing service, hairdresser, catered hot meals, washing service, social work counseling, social, cultural and educational activities
Holocaust Survivors – A social community center as well as financial support.
Virtual Technology Center – Prevents social isolation among senior homebound who suffer from situational loneliness following a stressful change in life by linking them to a virtual network via an internet conferencing service enabling two-way communication.
Click le Vatik at Home- Integrating volunteers into the homes of housebound seniors, once a week


DOROT is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to alleviate social isolation and provide concrete services to older adults. For more than four decades, DOROT has been an innovative leader in the fields of aging services and volunteerism. DOROT’s diverse set of programs, as well as our focus on providing intergenerational connections to seniors, has ensured that DOROT’s clients have access to the resources they need to age with dignity, independence, and grace.

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey

Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey (JFCS) is a non-profit organization providing professional social services of the highest caliber. JFCS builds strong families, thriving children, healthy seniors and vital communities.

Jewish Family Services of Middlesex County

JFS of Middlesex County is committed to helping individuals and families by providing social services, counseling and advocacy. Our programs include Elder day care, Kosher Meals on Wheels, Career and Vocational Services, Immigrant and Refugee services, Women’s Center, Family and Children’s counseling, workshops, computer and media lab training, ESL training, Holocaust survivor support services, translation and interpretation, recovery assistance, assessments, support groups, SMP (Senior Medicare Patrol), SHIP (State Health Insurance Assistance Program) and volunteer services including RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program).

Second Wind Dreams

Second Wind Dreams is an international nonprofit organization changing the perception of aging through the fulfillment of dreams and educational programs. Working with staff members, volunteers and community donors, we make dreams come true for those in elder care communities registered with us.

The Blue Card, Inc.

The Blue Card was established by the Jewish community in Germany in 1934, to help Jews already being affected by Nazi restrictions through loss of jobs, forcibly closed businesses and other forms of oppression.
In 1939, The Blue Card was reestablished in the United States to continue aiding refugees of Nazi persecution resettling in America. After the Holocaust, the mission of the organization was expanded to help survivors of the Shoah from all European countries. The Blue Card is the only national organization in the United States whose sole mission is to help needy Holocaust survivors, providing financial resources that improves the daily lives of needy Shoah victims. The Blue Card provides: monthly cash stipends, Telephone Emergency Response System assistance, cash emergency assistance, medical assistance, dental assistance, home care, week-long vacations in a rural setting, special holiday grants, birthday grants, cancer assistance program, and health precautionary services that permit survivors to live with dignity in their own homes.