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Helping Seniors


BINGO at Jewish Home for the Aging

*** Wonderful project for young families!***
 Help facilitate the residents' monthly game

When: Fourth Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Jewish Home for the Aging, Eisenberg Village Campus, Reseda
Volunteer Group: Excellent for families with young children 

Our volunteers enjoy participating in this monthly competition and help make the evening a very special one! We're not sure who has more fun: the residents or the volunteers!

Contact: Stacy Orbach, Director of Volunteer Services
Los Angeles Jewish Home

(818) 757-4442
Eisenberg Campus of the Jewish Home for the Aging
18855 Victory Boulevard, Reseda CA

Atria Tarzana

Spend time with active seniors

When: Make your own hours!
Where: Tarzana
Volunteer Group: Families, Independent or Groups 

The elegantly designed residence fosters a vibrant lifestyle where residents can socialize, entertain, pursue life enrichment opportunities, and surround themselves with one of life's greatest joys: spending time with family and friends. For those that don’t have family living locally, volunteers can be helpful in a variety of capacities, from letter writing to simply spending quality time together.

Contact: Claude, 818-344-4164 x304,
5325 Etiwanda Avenue, Tarzana, CA 91356-6147

Vintage Encino Hills

Share your time with seniors

When: Flexible hours
Where: Encino
Volunteer Group: Families, Independent or Groups 

This Independent Senior Living and Assisted Living facility just a block and a half west of Valley Beth Shalom, welcomes volunteers to share Jewish holidays and Shabbat with the residents. Other volunteer opportunities include: playing board games and cards with residents, online assistance, helping residents ‘Skype’ their family members, assisting with written correspondence

Contact: 818-986-8466,
Vintage Encino Hills, 16025 Ventura Blvd, Encino

One Generation
(818) 705-2345
Senior Enrichment Center
18255 Victory Boulevard
Reseda, CA 91335

ONEgeneration is committed to providing programs and services to seniors and their caregivers that help keep them safe and protected.  We provide services that enable seniors to age with family, in community or independently.  We promote physical health and mental well-being, provide socialization, nutrition and access to food and resources. This is all towards the goal of keeping seniors from the tipping point of decline and avoiding or delaying preventable hospitalizations and premature loss of independence.

A continuing hallmark of ONEgeneration is our “intergenerational programming” which unites our seniors, children and young people in daily activities. The value of this caring and foundational relationship bond is widely recognized in research – it is an essential building block for enriching the lives of all.

For questions, call (818) 788-6000.


Tue, July 23 2024 17 Tammuz 5784