Bay Aging, and the many communities we serve, needs your help to ensure seniors can continue to receive health, transportation and housing services that will enable them to live healthier, more independent, lives.

Area Agencies on Aging play an increasingly important role in our communities today. The number of Americans needing long-term care support services at any one time is expected to more than double from 12 million to 27 million by 2050.

As the needs of older adults and people with disabilities continuously evolve, Bay Aging is adapting, enhancing and expanding their operations and services as well as securing new funding sources.

Thank you for considering the gift of your time, talent and treasure.

TIME: Volunteer with Bay Aging

Your time is as valuable as your treasure. Please consider volunteering with Bay Aging.


TALENT: Join the Bay Aging Team

Have talents you’d like to share with the community? Interested in an internship? We’re often hiring.


TREASURE: Donate to Bay Aging

Help by donating to Bay Aging so that we can continue to provide needed services in the community.


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Your Support: By the Stories

Ways You Can Give

Deliver Meals
Deliver Meals
Support Public Transportation
Support Public Transportation
Fund Home Repairs
Fund Home Repairs
Sponsor Adult Day Care
Sponsor Adult Day Care
Become a Corporate Patron
Become a Corporate Patron
Donate Stocks and Securities to Bay Aging
Donate Stocks and Securities
Donate Stocks and Securities

Bay Aging Foundation Board of Directors

The Bay Aging Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors who determine the policies, procedures and regulations for the Bay Aging Foundation; engages in cultivating relationships, stewardship and raising funds to finance Bay Aging; provides leadership for long-term and strategic planning; and monitors the Foundation’s performance.

Click here to learn more about the governance of Bay Aging.

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