Help deliver a difference by supporting our clients during this time of need!
Every day, our essential staff is stepping up to help those clients most in need during this time. Now, we need your help. Our organization is committed to ensuring that our clients are able to still receive the stability they need from a ride, a meal, or anything they may desperatlely need during the coronavirus crisis. We kindly ask that you join us in supporting our wonderful clients. Your gift will help provide immediate financial support so Fayette Senior Services can continue to offer these essential services that in turn help provide food, medicines, and other supplies for these individuals.
Any donation made, small or large, goes a long way in supporting FSS’ cause as they strive to deliver essential services to seniors in Fayette County. Although the Covid-19 pandemic has shut their doors to activities for the time being and impacted the amount of donations and funds coming in for these services, FSS has risen to the challenge of continuing to provide crucial services such as delivering Meals On Wheels, non-emergency medical transportation (specifically Dialysis treatments), doctor’s appointments that cannot otherwise be rescheduled, and necessary pharmacy pickups. FSS has continued to be a valuable resource for seniors during this time, providing resources and referrals for those in need, offering virtual visits with volunteers and seniors over the phone, partnering with organizations in the community to provide virtual presentations on a variety of subjects as well as at-home workout, among other things. No matter the challenge, FSS is always ready to take it head on. Please consider helping them out, in turn, during this time of need! “The impact we’ve felt has been significant, but the impact our members, our clients, our volunteers, and our senior community have felt are even greater. We are doing all we can to deliver valuable services during this tragic time to help those in need, but we need our community’s help to do so,” expressed Morgan Lanier, FSS Program Development Coordinator.