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GoodLife Meet & Greet Event


Many in the CVL community were unable to join the Meet & Greet session and
missed the opportunity to hear from the GoodLife employees dedicated to serving CVL.
Plus many participants posed questions that were of interest to the entire community.
Yolanda Hargett has prepared the session transcript that captures these and more details regarding our new partnership.
Click on the link below for details on CVL's bright future.

GoodLife Meet & Greet Minutes



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Another easy way to support

Community Village Lawrence

Amazon


Sign up for Amazon Smile and use it every time you shop on AMAZONwhether you are a prime member or not.


There is a new way to support Community Village Lawrence. CVL has registered with Amazon.com to participate in their Smile donation program. It's easy and no cost to you as Amazon contributes the full amount of the donation. Use the CVL specific link below each time you log-in (don't forget to bookmark it) and you'll have access the same selection and prices as the regular Amazon.com log-in.


https://smile.amazon.com/ch/46-0640440


That's it. Enter (log-in) through this AmazonSmile portal and your purchases will help CVL. Shop local, in particular, support CVL's generous sponsors, but for those on-line purchases, use AmazonSmile to support your

Community Village.


Thank you!


Help Community Village Lawrence...

When You Shop for Groceries!


Did you know that you can help Community Village Lawrence each time you shop at Dillons stores? Enrolling in the Dillons Community Rewards Program is easy!



To enroll in the Dillons Community Rewards Program for CVL:

1. Go to the website at Dillons Community Rewards

2. Sign in (this is the account you have for fuel points, etc.) or create an account.

3. Click on "Enroll Now."

4. Enter EM289 as the NPO number (or you can search by name).

5. Select CVL and click on "enroll."


The Kroger Co. Family of Stores is committed to bringing hope and help to the local neighborhoods we call home. Our stores are on a mission to not just part of, but to help create a stronger community. We recognize that every community has unique causes that need support. Thank you for being such an important organization in our community.


Thank you for your support!




Habitat for Humanity's
Aging in Place Program

 Habitat for Humanity builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses.  Habitat is partnering with homeowners age 55+ through the Aging in Place program.  Exterior and interior home improvements will adapt homes so seniors can live there safely and independently for many more years.  If you own a home in Douglas or Jefferson Counties (Kansas), this video explains how this program can help you.

  Special thanks to Prof. Jane Gibson and her KU anthropology students for their video promoting the Aging in Place program.


Help is Here - KU class provides assistance

Take the next step - tell us what you think about aging in place, what you think it requires to be successful, and what challenges it presents.
 Please send your name and contact information (phone and email) to our instructor, Prof. Jane Gibson,
at 
jwgc@ku.edu.

 A student will contact you to tell you more about the project, answer your questions, and, if you agree, schedule a 30-45 minute interview by phone or internet (e.g. Zoom, Facetime, Skype).


Community Village Lawrence
is the recent recipient of a grant from the
Prairie Band Potawatomi
Charitable Contributions Committee

We would like to extend our gratitude to this organization for its thoughtful and helpful encouragement towards our efforts to grow our village and extend our reach to the whole county.  

Thank you,
Prairie Band Potawatomi
Charitable Contributions Committee!
 
We are ever so excited and grateful!


NPR Visits Villages across the Country


National Public Radio's (NPR) Ina Jaffe explores the positive impact that over 200 Villages have made for seniors. She discovers that, with a little help from neighbors, Village members can expand their options for independent living and make new friends in the process.

In her report, Jaffe explores how three different communities have personalized the concept of a Village: 1) Beacon Hill Village in Boston; 2) Englewood Village in Chicago; and 3) Community Connections, a rural Village in California.

Follow this link to view Jaffe’s report: Sometimes It Takes A 'Village' To Help Seniors Stay In Their Homes




We are proud to be a member

of the Village Network. Click on

the image to the right to learn more.

 

Learn More....

On the Village Movement: 
Seniors Hold on to Urban

Independence Into Old Age
a PBS special on the national

Village Movement!