More than 35,000 older adults live alone in our community and are at risk of social isolation with one in four older adults live in households at or near the poverty level. As the total number of older adults in our region continues to increase, we must do everything possible to make sure older adults and persons with disabilities are emotionally and physically healthy, financially secure and socially connected.
Please join Family Lifeline Young Professionals (FLYP) as we explore this pivotal issue and how Family Lifeline is working to support it. While free to attend, RSVP requested. Refreshments and networking included!
Monday, May 14 from 8:30-9:30pm at Richmond Hill
FLYP is Family Lifeline’s young professional council with a mission to develop and empower young professionals to assume leadership roles at work and in the community. The council works to cultivate support for Family Lifeline and its programs through volunteer, social, and fundraising activities. FLYP is comprised of young professionals between the ages of 23 to 40 who are dedicated to Family Lifeline’s work in the community.
We are currently recruiting for our 2018-2020 cohort. Please contact Rebecca Butler if interested in learning more at 804.249.5424 or [email protected].