Cultivate is to Participate in Give65, hosted by Home Instead Charities
As the world moves into a new chapter of the pandemic, aging adults continue to be in need. As they experience isolation and loneliness daily, services supporting older adults remain critical to a healthy aging process. Cultivate remains committed to serving aging adults through our programs and services, working every day to fulfill our mission of helping seniors flourish by reconnecting them—as recipients and contributors—with their surrounding communities.
The Give65 Event, hosted by Home Instead Charities, provides us with an opportunity to rally our community to support older adults served by our programs. From July 12 to 15, Cultivate is participating in the seventh-annual event, a 65-hour online giving event exclusively for charitable organizations serving seniors.
Gifts can be made here
The generosity of the community helps to power the mission of Cultivate. To continue serving seniors, we are asking for support during the Give65 Event. Home Instead Charities is offering matching funds, with each organization participating in the Give65 Event eligible to receive up to $5,000 in matching dollars, while funds are available.
The 65-hour Give65 Event begins at 8 a.m. CDT on Tuesday, July 12 and concludes at 1:00 a.m. CDT on July 15 MST.
“Every individual deserves to age with independence and dignity. Through services offered by Cultivate, aging adults are supported and celebrated in their aging journey. We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with Cultivate for the seventh-annual Give65 Event. The charitable sector serves a critical role in supporting aging adults in need, and we thank all of those who financially support this important work,” says Lenli Corbett, executive director of Home Instead Charities.
To learn more about Give65, visit Give65.org. All donations are tax deductible in the United States. For more information about Cultivate, visit https://cultivate.ngo/ or call 303.443.1933.
Help seniors flourish by reconnecting them—as recipients and contributors—with their surrounding communities.