Elder-Aid Grub Profit Share

Come out to Grub Burger Bar on Thursday January 26th between 11am and 10pm to enjoy some delicious food for a good cause! Proceeds from this profit share will go to Elder-Aid's mission to ensure that the elderly in the Brazos Valley remain independent and in the community for as long as possible! Don't forget to mention Elder-Aid as you check out. They have food for al...
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UM Army Ramp Construction and Roof Repair Project

The outstanding volunteers from UM Army during the month of July assisted Elder-Aid in building handicap accessible wheel-chair ramps, porches, as well as roof repairs that improved the quality of life for our elders. UM Army's dedication and hard work will forever leave a positive impact that will be remembered. Elder-Aid extends our greatest thanks and appreciation for...
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First United Methodist Youth Group

Volunteers are at the Heart of Elder-Aid, and these young helping hands definitely stole our heart when they dedicated their time and labor to clean up the yards of Elder-Aid's homes on Bittle Lane. The Youth Group of First United Methodist Church, replaced mulch, cut hanging tree limbs, raked and much much more. Elder-Aid and the tenants on Bittle Lane are incredibly th...
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Mays Business School Grant

In May, Elder-Aid was honored to be among the top five finalist competeting to receive a grant from the Strategic Philanthropy Planning Class of Mays Business School at TAMU. The non-profits selected are all significantly dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of residents and communities in the Brazos Valley! The award funds will be used 100% to assist the low-i...
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Lowe’s Volunteer Partnership

Volunteers are the heart of Elder-Aid. Lowe's Home Improvement volunteers assisted Elder-Aid by renovating the roof on Normand Drive in College Station, Saturday, May 21, 2016. Elder-Aid extends our greatest thanks to Lowe's volunteers for their helping hand in carrying out our mission. For more information about Lowe's visit: http://www.low...
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MSC Lead

Here's a big shoutout and thank you to the MSC Lead for assisting Elder-Aid in repairing a dilapidated ramp for a disabled elderly woman in Bryan. Also, a painting project done on Bittle Lane, that will be a new home for a low-income elderly couple. We are so happy and appreciative for the hard work MSC Lead put in to help out the community. We l...
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Grace Southwood Renovation Project on Lodgepole

Volunteers are the heart of Elder-Aid. Grace Southwood assisted Elder-Aid by renovating one of Elder-Aid's newest properties. This unit was completely restored with their help. Elder-Aid extends our greatest thanks to this genuine organization for their helping hand in carrying out our mission to ensure that the elderly in the Brazos Valley remain independ...
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Spring Sing with Elder-Aid & Society of Women Engineers

Looking for something to do on Thursday Night? Why not come out to SPRING SING this Thursday, April 14th at 6pm! Come out and watch some amazing performances by the Aggie Wranglers, Fade to Black, Femmatas and more! For only $5 you can watch performances and PITCH PERFECT! Come out with a group of friends or be like Bella and go at it alone...but sing your way into everyone&...
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Elder-Aid Open House

Elder-Aid is hosting their first OPEN HOUSE in College Station this upcoming Monday, April 4th at 2 p.m., located at 3331 Lodgepole Circle, College Station, TX 77845. Come out and see how Elder-Aid is impacting the local low-income elderly community as well as beautifying the neighborhood. We are very proud to be working with the City of College Station for our mission and t...
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College Station Update

Howdy Everyone! Just giving an update on Elder-Aid's progress with our College Station rental houses. We have installed new siding, new windows, new doors, and a roof on one of the properties. We currently are working on flooring, but we hope to have this one side finished soon! Elder-Aid Board Members and staff have been working extremely hard to bring low-...
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