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Friendship Center for Aging Studies
The Friendship Center for Aging Studies is an exciting new initiative of the Friendship Centers providing accredited continuing education training to local and regional professionals. Visit centerforagingstudies. com for information on upcoming programs.
Support the Friendship Centers in the 2016 Giving Challenge!
On September 20 – September 21, 2016, from noon to noon, the Friendship Centers will join more than 400 nonprofits with profiles in The Giving Partner to engage our community in an exciting 24-hour online day of giving.
MJ Scarpelli Joins Senior Friendship Health Center as Director of Development and Marketing
The Friendship Centers welcomes MJ Scarpelli,  the new Director of Development and Marketing for Senior Friendship Health Center in Naples, a not-for-profit organization providing crucial medical and dental care to the aging population of Collier County since 1985.
"Tea and Friends" Lee County
Please join us for “Tea and Friends,” the Friendship Centers of Lee County’s annual fundraiser, on Wednesday, Sept. 14 from 11 am - 2 pm at Cypress Cove, 10200 Cypress Cove Drive, Fort Myers. Tickets & Sponsorships
Helping Hungry Seniors: Thank you to Fort Myers Paradise Iowa Club
With the support of organizations like the Paradise Iowa Club the Friendship Centers in Lee County are helping to feed seniors in need.
West Coast Woman Cover Features President & CEO  Erin McLeod

President and CEO Erin McLeod is featured on the cover of February's West Coast Woman.  As the Friendship Centers' first woman President and only the second President and CEO in the organization's 42 year history, Erin is leading the way to address the growing numbers and needs of older adults in Sarasota, DeSoto, Collier, Charlotte an...

Bob Carter: A legacy of leadership and accomplishment
Retiring Friendship Centers President and CEO Bob Carter shares the accomplishments of the Friendship Centers during his tenure.
The Friendship Centers Receives Match from The Patterson Foundation to Boost Fundraising for Startup Earned-Income Plan
The Friendship Centers has received a match challenge from The Patterson Foundation to jumpstart its efforts to implement the Friendship Center for Aging Studies, a new earned income program that will provide accredited continuing education training to professionals with a focus on issues, challenges and solutions specific to an aging population. The income generated will accelerate the Friendship Centers’ mission.  The Patterson Foundation will match dollar for dollar up to 50 percen...
Friendship Centers Raise More Than  $44,764 in 2015 Giving Challenge!

A huge thank you to all who supported the Friendship Centers in the 2015 Giving Challenge from noon to noon, Sept. 1-2.  The Friendship Centers was a big winner in the 2015 Giving Challenge. In addition to the monies raised during the 24 hour period and matching dollars, the Friendship Centers also received a $2,500 prize from the Herald...

The Department of Elder Affairs’  Disaster Preparedness Guide is now online  and it is chocked full of information we feel is essential in helping you through a variety of difficult situations – from hurricanes, to tornadoes, to excessively hot temperatures. For the English edition, click here.  For the Spanish edition,...

Friendship Centers in Charlotte and Lee Counties are Registering Seniors for Commodity Supplemental Food Program

The Friendship Centers in Lee County and Charlotte County are currently registering qualifying seniors for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program through the Harry Chapin Food Bank. This program will provide eligible seniors with a free nutritious monthly food box, with items such as canned fruits and vegetables, juices, cereal, rice, pasta, chee...

Florida’s Public Service Commission (PSC) is recognizing Lee County’s Friendship Centers as a PSC Helping Hand for helping raise public awareness about the Lifeline Assistance telephone discount program, energy and water conservation, and utility impersonation scams.
Friendship Centers Names Two to Board of Governors
Patricia Courtois and Kevin C. Maisch, both of Sarasota, have been elected to serve on The Friendship Centers' Board of Governors. Members of the Board of Governors are charged with actively supporting the Friendship Centers’ mission to promote health, dignity and quality of life throughout the journey of aging.

Today’s seniors are living longer than ever before. Over the past 10 years, the U.S. population age 65 and over increased by  approximately 25 percent, from roughly 36 million in 2003 to 45 million in 2013. Not only are more people reaching their 65th birthday, many are living well beyond age 65. Between 1980 and 2013, the ...

The Friendship Centers Lee Nutrition and Friendship At Home Programs art partnering with The Harry Chapin Food Bank to distribute boxes of food to low-income home-bound seniors in Lee County through the Friendship Food Bag Program.  The goal is to improve the nutrition of older low-income seniors by enrolling them in the Commodity Supplementa...

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