Seniors on a Mission is Mobile! What's Next?
The Jim Moran Foundation has honored Seniors on a Mission with a special $100,000 grant in recognition of their 20th Anniversary. With the help of this funding, we were able to secure the ministry's 2021 Covid-19 MOBILE initiative. The seniors of our community are no longer able to come to a brick-and-mortar location, we are taking the ministry to them.
The Legacy Gift included a match challenge grant and we are excited to announce that we have met the match!
We would like to THANK Kirbo Charitable Trust, Delores Barr Weaver Legacy Fund, Florida Blue Foundation, Riverside Hospital Foundation, W.W. and Eloise D. Gay Foundation, Bill Thrower Company, Bank of America, Truist Bank, Henri Landwirth and Family Advised Fund, Mary Virginia Terry, Blanche Coggin, Glenda and Hugh Harris, Charles and Louise Rickman, Amy Mergen and Paul Waitrovich, and all those that made it possible for us to touch the lives of many more seniors in Jacksonville and surrounding areas.
Please consider helping this ministry meet seniors on the street they live on to bring them encouragement, love, honor and purpose as we nurture their lives in this ongoing pandemic.
Thank you for helping us to reach hundreds of isolated and lonely senior adults. God Bless YOU!
"Engaging Senior Adults,
Serving God & Community"
We envision a world where seniors are valued, honored, and encouraged to live invigorated lives filled with purpose and grace.
Our ministry is to honor, love and encourage independent senior adults, inspiring them to live invigorated lives filled with purpose and grace. We create an environment for seniors to engage in meaningful work, find purpose, and develop friendships while lending their helping hands, engaged minds, and seasoned skill-sets to area charities and ministries.
Our greatest accomplishment comes when seniors finds new life, purpose and joy because of the love, compassion, and power of this ministry.
Since beginning in 2005, Seniors on a Mission has engaged 1600+ Senior Adults, donated 125,000 community service hours, and saved 110+ local nonprofit organizations $2,800,000.
SoaM Comfort Bags
to read the
07/22/2020 ARTICLE by the TIMES UNION about
Seniors on a Mission
Seniors on a Mission has:
Involved over 1600 Senior Adults
Served over 110 Nonprofit Organizations
Donated 125,000 hours of service, valued at over $2,800,000
Made almost 5,400,000 life touches in the Jacksonville community