Over and over again we see it… the need for reading glasses, plumbing repairs, a stove, utility bills, rent, food, dental work, new windows and yes, even rat extermination…these are just a few of the things that your support helps provide to seniors in need. The list goes on and on of things that make a difference in the quality of life for someone and allow them to remain in their current living situation.  So many needs and until now, nowhere to turn for help.

MAPS Charities is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization started by a group of volunteers who have spent many years providing a variety of services to seniors in the Los Angeles County area and have seen too many older adults in need of assistance.  They have fallen through the cracks of other social services. Through fundraising, we attempt to provide a one-time safety net for those seniors who cannot afford the things that may allow them to remain safe and independent wherever they may call home.

shutterstock_67394089We have no paid employees and very little overhead; it is strictly a labor of love for the board of directors and other volunteers who assist in our outreach and fundraising efforts. Since we have been established, social workers and other health care professionals who are close to these seniors in need have come to rely on us to help with these unique problems. The funds raised go directly to helping seniors and their families in need.

Help improve the life of a senior today! Please click here to make a donation.

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Presents…

An Evening of Friendship and Giving Hearts

Wednesday, November 28th
Time 5:00pm -7:00pm
Belmont Village Encino
15451 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks 91403
And, of course, some lovely food and drink!
Cost of Admission: $25.00 per person
****Credit Cards accepted at the door
ALL proceeds for this event go to benefit MAPS Charities

Please RSVP by November 21st
Email Diana Milan or Caroline McKinley or call 818-788-8870

For additional info regarding this event, contact Sue Pomerantz at 818-996-5311 or email Sue.