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 Cast me not off in time of old age"  Psalm 71:9

The first and foremost goal of our non-profit organization is to make a difference in as many people's lives as possible. We strive to improve the living conditions for those who need the help, who can't do it themselves. Have you ever thought about how much you could change things just by volunteering or making a financial contribution?    


The Philadelphia Senate on Aging has served the elderly for over three decades. Our members have proudly counseled their peers regarding Medicare and Medicaid issues, saving them thousands in medical expenses. We've assisted clients in a myriad of ways: averting evictions, utility shut-offs, housing adaptations, mortgage assistance, rent/real estate debates, PACE prescriptions, etc. We all are volunteers 


We've been working with several clients:  one needed a stairglide for a family member and some other services - DONE;  another was paying $200 co-pay for meds – we were  able to get it for her AND have applied to get her meds for FREE  via the manufactuer’s prescription Assistance Program.   A couple was paying over $500/month for Medicare Health supplement.  We referred them for counseling and they are paying “0” premium per month.  We hosted the “Medicare 101” workshop, conducted  by the Director of Apprise, Mayor’s Commission On Services to the Aging, and were pleased that several people applied for the Apprise Training: one person completed the training and is now  equip to counsel seniors regarding medicare and Medicaid.   Our MAIN goal is to have trained counselors available in their local church or community . 





You may contribute to our organization at PAYPAL.COM Recipient:   You do not need an account to use Paypal, your credit card will be accepted at Paypal's website. 



Want to know more about us and our projects? Use our website to read about the work we have done so far and our plans for the future. Do you like what we do and want to know what you can do to help?    Use our CONTACT  form.  We welcome questions, comments and suggestions.