I Remember Papa
I REMEMBER PAPA (4th Year)
Father’s Day, June 16, 2019
Honoring all the “papas” in long-term care facilities in Monterey County.
This Father’s Day, help us pay tribute to all the “papas” living in long-term care facilities in Monterey County so that they are not forgotten!
Volunteers from the Alliance on Aging will deliver baseball caps, greeting cards and hugs to papas living in long-term care facilities in Monterey County on Father’s Day weekend.
Help us make a difference in the lives of seniors.
Your contribution to “I Remember Papa” supports the important work of the Alliance on Aging Ombudsman program.
The Ombudsman program, which has served the Monterey County since 1980, advocates for the safety and quality of care of seniors living in long-term care facilities. Ombudsmen advocate for seniors by conducting regular on-site visits to facilities and making themselves available to residents who may be victims of neglect or abuse or violations of their rights. Additionally, Ombudsmen investigate complaints and help to resolve them.
The lack of state regulatory oversight in residential care makes the work of the Ombudsmen even more significant given the increasing number of seniors in nursing homes.
Just $25 will buy a baseball cap for a gentleman on Father’s Day. A happy father’s day card will accompany each cap.
Click the button below to make a donation online:
$25 = 1 cap | $ 75 = 3 caps
$50 = 2 caps | $ 100 = 4 caps
Click here for donation form or call (831) 655-7564 or send check to: 247 Main St., Salinas, CA 93901.
For more information, call Wanda Pan-Christiansen at 831.655.7564.