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2021 Quilt Raffle Winners

Thank you to everyone who has purchased a raffle ticket! Thank you for your kind support of our Senior Neighbors in McHenry County. Quilt Raffle Winner Quilt One – Throw / Lap Quilt Erica Bentley – Q1-114 Quilt Two – Crib / Toddler Gayle Haefele – Q2-204 Quilt Three – …

The Community Foundation for McHenry County Approves $20,000 Mission Grant

Crystal Lake, IL – 8/11/2021–The Community Foundation for McHenry County has approved a $20,000 Mission Grantfor Senior Care Volunteer Network’s Operating Budget.For over 20 years, Senior Care Volunteer Network mission has been to deliver no-cost services to McHenry County areaseniors to allow them to maintain their independence. Services include transportation, …

Volunteers bring Senior Care Volunteer Network’s mission to life

Looking for a way to give back to your community? Opportunities abound in McHenry County via the Senior Care Volunteer Network.For more than two decades, the not-for-profit’s mission has been to help adults ages 60 and better maintain their independence, dignity, and quality of life by remaining in their own …

Medical equipment loan closet fills void for McHenry County seniors

For some of McHenry County’s older adults, trying to find the funds to purchase needed medical equipment such as a wheelchair, walker, or bedside commode following a surgery or illness can be a daunting task. That’s where Senior Care Volunteer Network and its Durable Medical Equipment Loan Closet comes in. …

National Volunteer Month: Opportunities abound at SCVN

An initiative put in place more than three decades ago to spur the spirit of volunteerism is still going strong today. In President George H.W. Bush’s 1989 inaugural address he shared his vision of “a thousand points of light” — individuals and organizations across the nation helping others through service, …