News and Events


Save the Date!
7th Annual High Tea & Hats
May 18, 2014
Rosen Plaza Hotel
Reserve your seat at
HighTeaAndHats.com

The day will be filled with delights and surprises as guests bid on items in the silent auction and wait to see if their numbers are called in the chance auction. Start picking out your favorite High Tea Hat and get ready to show it off and win a trophy in the annual Hat Parade! Come join in the festivities and help support seniors living in Orange and Seminole counties!

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 Check-out the video of the race 24th Annual race.


 

Guardianship Training Class Schedule for 2014

Classes are held at Seniors First’s main office, at 5395 L. B. McLeod Rd., Orlando Fl 23811.

Please call 407-297-9980 for a registration form to be sent to you.

January 16          

March 20

May 8

August 7

November 6


 

Honor Your Grandparent on Grandparents Day

September 8, 2013

At 95-years-young, Miss Lully is surrounded by her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. Imagine five generations of love! Monthly, the family holds “Grandma’s 2nd Saturday” and meets for breakfast at a local restaurant. What a wonderful way to way to honor a grandparent.

Unfortunately, there are other seniors in our community that don’t receive that love. Many are alone with empty cupboards and no way to care for themselves. More than 4,500 local seniors are waiting – waiting for a meal, waiting for companionship, waiting for someone to care.  After a lifetime of hard work and service, our seniors shouldn’t have to wait for basic needs like these. Won’t you help us in our mission to put “seniors first”?

Honor or remember your grandparent this Grandparents Day with a gift toward helping a senior in need.

Click here to learn more.  https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/eZkm3


VOLUNTEER!

Be a Meals On Wheels Volunteer Driver

Approximately 300 volunteers are needed to deliver 5,020 meals each week in Orange County! The need for volunteers is growing every day, as more seniors turn to Meals On Wheels to help them remain independent and in their own homes. Most of our volunteers deliver meals one day a week, with routes that will take no longer than two hours to complete. Volunteer with your children or grandchildren! Meals On Wheels is a wonderful way to help teach responsibility and the importance of community service.

Create a Delivery Team

Adopt-A-Route” is a simple way for corporations, church groups, social and service clubs to give back to the community. Seniors First will work with your company or organization to create a tailored meal route that will support our seniors and promote team building. Those who “Adopt-A-Route” will take on the delivery requirements of one route, one day a week (Mon-Fri) by providing a team of two for no more than two hours (between 9am and noon).

For information on how to get started call Lorraine Shumaker at 407-615-8982.