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is elder help free
asked by joy o. on 12/10/15
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Hello Joy,

Our volunteers are true volunteers and do not ask for money. Yes, they do help elders for free.

Hello Ryan, we ask for a $50 monthly commitment on a tax deductible donations to support our service. Volunteers help for free. They are true volunteers. Our job is to provide convenience and security in connecting them with elders. Our staff is not volunteer since any business requires daily operations management. Because we are not recipients of any private or public grants, everyone chip in a small amount, that is tax-deductible. Would you prefer to find an organization receiving government assistance, there are a lot of them out there. We do not force anyone to join our community. Our volunteers are true volunteers and do not ask for money. Elder help is free.
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No it is not free. They charge those seeking help $50 minimum.
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