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Eligibility and Dues
We are part of a national movement redefining how we age. Together we provide the support we need to remain in our homes and engaged in our communities.
In Auburn/Opelika, Village Friends is a vibrant nonprofit that connects members with each other and with the resources we need to stay active, independent and fulfilled. We rely on one another—and on an extensive
, screened service providers and
partnerships with local groups and businesses
Our village is part of the National Village Movement, an endeavor of older Americans who are taking charge of our future as we age. The Movement emerged as a natural answer to a time old problem: not being able to remain in our homes as we age. In 1993 the first village, Beacon Hill Village, was conceived in Boston, MA and transformed the way elders age forever. The Village concept is that a community of people can pool resources by paying membership dues and volunteering their skills and time to support the Village infrastructure and to assist one another. The village model has now been adopted in 200 different villages currently existing and another 150 in development across the country (
read about it at Village-to-Village Network
We hope you will join us.
Assistance can be just a phone call or e-mail away!
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