Circle of Care is an Elder Enrichment Program serving Boulder County Senior Citizens.
We are a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing accessibility to the arts, education and social/civic opportunities for the homebound elder, senior facility residents and older adults with physical, cognitive and financial challenges.
Senior Enrichment Grant
In our continued efforts to improve the quality of life for vulnerable older adults through unincumbered access to the finest arts, cultural and Lifelong Learning experiences to end social isolation and engage, enrich, and entertain, Circle of Care Project is proud and grateful to announce a new partnership with MasterClass, an online global platform of arts, cultural, entertainment and educational offerings where people learn from the best in their field. Circle of Care will be providing 450 older adults with a 1-year Enrichment Grant subscription with access to over 100 classes with more being added every month at every level. Volunteers will be available to assist with technical support who will also have access. Subscriptions will be provided to subsidized senior housing residents, HUD Communities, and older adults with Quest Cards.
Please Contact Joan Raderman- 303-358-4300 OR
OFFICE@CIRCLEOFCAREPROJECT.ORG FOR FURTHER INFO-circleofcareproject.org
“This too shall pass” And We’ll be Back Stronger than ever! We are currently working on providing virtual concerts and events for elders with our arts partners-so tuned for more.
In the meantime if you would like to be connected to a Circle of Care Volunteer Phone Friend please call Volunteer Norma at +1 (303) 908-9371 or Circle of Care office Love Joan
Can’t go out?
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Circle of Care develops creative, sustainable ways of Aging in Community.
Circle of Care is dedicated to building an inclusive, accessible community for older adults and seniors with disabilities. We are a Volunteer Senior Transportation Program that
connects volunteers to older adults to share a high caliber of arts, culture, lifelong learning and social/civic engagement opportunities to end social isolation.
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Please Support our work:
Circle of Care, PO Box 4204, Boulder Colorado 80306- Thank you!
Circle of Care community members are united through our shared love of music, the arts, culture, learning and a mutual need for social connectedness… this transcends age, culture, physical or cognitive ability or economic status and provides a social context and the support we all need as human beings to thrive at every stage of our lives…
Thank you for enriching and strengthening our community and supporting our vision.
How does one keep from “growing old inside”?
Surely only in community. The only way to make friends with time is to stay friends with people. Taking community seriously not only gives us the companionship we need, it also relieves us of the notion that we are indispensable.” -Robert McAfee Brown
- The Mug Hug ProjectThe Mug Hug Project was born after I asked staff at a subsidized senior assisted living community how we can help and what they need. I was surprised by the response but it sparked an idea. They shared with staff member that they really wished they could drink out of a real mug instead of … Read more
- Circle of Care engages seniors: Nonprofit to expand to Larimer CountyBOULDER — Joan Raderman of Boulder wants to get seniors out of their houses and to concerts and all kinds of cultural entertainment. But she can’t do it alone, so she and 100 volunteers are giving rides and attending up to 200 events a year through the Boulder-based nonprofit Circle of Care — all for … Read more
- For 10th Year, Restaurant Owners Say ‘You Won’t Eat Alone This Christmas’By Makenzie O’Keefe NIWOT, Colo. (CBS4) — A man in Niwot, along with family and friends, are spending Christmas Day making sure everyone has a delicious meal with good company. It’s a long-time tradition that began 10 years ago. Owners Bob Russell and Tony Santelli decided they wanted to give seniors and others who are alone on Christmas, … Read more