Boulder JFS Friendly Visitor

Boulder JFS Seeking Clients for Friendly Visitors

Do you know someone who is feeling lonely or isolated?

Boulder Jewish Family Service offers a Friendly Visitor program for older adults (60 +) and adults with physical disabilities. People of all faiths are welcome.

The volunteer visits the person weekly and makes a six-month commitment. Character references and background checks will be completed.

The match is based on personality and how the two people want to spend their time. Options might include: going out for coffee, taking a walk, visiting in the older adult’s home, playing a game, etc.

If you know someone who would enjoy a new friendship, please contact Boulder JFS at 303.415.1025.

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