The Community Ambassador Program for Seniors, through its volunteer community ambassadors, builds capacity to serve seniors in their own communities, in their own language, within their own cultural norms, and does so where seniors live, worship, socialize, and learn. The Ambassadors serve as a bridge between the formal network of social services and faith based and cultural communities. Visit each partner’s page to learn more about them.
Over the past several years, CAPS has trained over 150 volunteer ambassadors. As of November 2014, there are 70 trained and active CAPS ambassadors.
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NEW Community Ambassador Training Offered in Fall, 2017!
Fremont’s Community Ambassador Program for Seniors trains volunteers to assist older adults in locating local resources and services which could help improve their independence and quality of life.
Join for our next Ambassador Training in Fall, 2017! Topics include healthy aging, transportation, social security benefits, health benefits, housing , end of life care, and more.
Training Dates: TBD
Check back in the Spring for new training dates.
For more information: Asha Chandra, email@example.com or (510) 574-2055.
Community Ambassadors Connect with 222 Businesses During CAPS Outreach Day!