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Empowering Older Adults to Live Independently

Our program help older adults remain actively involved in the community through transportation, friendly phone calls and visits, minor home safety repairs and a meaningful social network of support

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Time Exchange

We are neighbors helping neighbors. So through a unique culture of service exchange, members give of their time or talent, and ask for help when needed.

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Transportation Program

Volunteer drivers use their own cars to provide arm-in-arm rides to medical appointment, shopping, grocery store, pharmacy and other member errands

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Member Care Program

Some members make friendly phone calls and visit, while volunteers send greeting cards, grocery shop for homebound members, or help with other daily tasks.

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PIC Awesome Volunteers

Join our team! Make new friends and help the community. We believe everyone has something to contribute. Flexible time and creative opportunities available.

To become a volunteer, please call today and sign up for orientation. Click here for the application. In addition, please click HERE for the volunteer opportunities checklist. Please bring both to orientation.

PIC Frederick Orientation: 

Every 3rd Thursday of  Each Month 2:00pm-4:00pm

January 18th

February 15th

March 15th

April 19th

May 17th

June 21st

July 19th

August 16th

September 20th

October 18th

November 15th

December 20th

 Other Ways To Donate

Frederick United Way Combined Charities Campaign # 0730

Including: Frederick City Gov’t, Frederick County Govt. and Frederick Public Schools


Shannon Baskerville, Site Coordinator

22 South Market Street. Suite 15

Frederick, Maryland 21701