Our Social Purpose
Our social purpose starts in St. Cloud, MN but it carries on across the world.
The Home Instead network works to create a world where people own their aging journeys. We want all generations to age on their own terms - how and where they want, authentic to who they are as unique individuals, and connected to things that provide them with purpose.
This vision drives us to fearlessly create today, the world we want to grow old in tomorrow through our program Ready to Care by Home Instead®.
Ready to Care by Home Instead helps seniors age with greater hope and success – whether they’re our clients or not. Because we believe everyone deserves to age with grace and dignity, we strive to make that vision a reality by creating a world that is Ready to Care® for each other.
From small acts of kindness to senior care charities, Ready to Care by Home Instead will arm you with tools to help make a difference. Our individual efforts combine to great and profound effects.
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Our Vision for Successful Aging
Every day, we open our hearts to serve seniors in our community who need home care assistance. It humbles us to see the difference we can make in their lives.
But our passion for enhancing the lives of aging adults and their families drives us to do more. We envision a future where family caregivers have more support and where all older adults can age with greater hope and success. With that vision, we can't help but feel a sense of responsibility to give back.
Below are just a few of the ways we're giving back, providing support and inspiring change. We encourage you to consider ways you might contribute to or benefit from these initiatives.
Giving Back to the Community
- Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Relief Grant Program: Home Instead franchise owners have pledged nearly $1 million worth of care services through this program, in partnership with Hilarity for Charity and the Alzheimer's Association.
- Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's: Home Instead has been a Platinum or Gold sponsor of the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's for 10 consecutive years.
- Home Instead Charities– Community Grants: Through charitable giving, the foundation supports nonprofit organizations dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults.
To learn more about Home Instead Charities’ impact, please check out our videos showcasing the different ways we are fulfilling our mission to improve the quality of life for underserved aging adults.
Here are just a few of our Home Instead social purpose programs and charities we are participating in:
- Pen Pals for Seniors
- Be A Santa To A Senior
- And many more
To find out more information on Home Instead Charities click the button below.
Home Instead Charities
Advocacy & Thought Leadership
Over the years, we've seen the importance and need to advocate for change that will enhance the lives of seniors and their caregivers around the world. Home Instead representatives are helping to drive this change by actively engaging in organizations, forums and events across the globe to discuss ideas, present solutions, and shape policies that can help ensure seniors and their families receive the support and care they need.
Home Instead has engaged and participated in these national and global organizations to help drive change.
Alzheimer's & Dementia; World Dementia Council, Alzheimer's Disease International Conference, Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC), G7 Dementia Summit – London, Tokyo and Scotland, Alzheimer's Association, USAgainstAlzheimer's, Global CEO Initiative on Alzheimer's Disease, Women Against Alzheimer's, LEAD Coalition – Leaders Engaged on Alzheimer's Disease.
Aging & Caregiving; World Economic Forum, Global Agenda Council on Aging, Global Growth Companies, Global Coalition on Aging, National Alliance for Caregiving, Caregiver Action Network, American Society on Aging, Gerontological Society of America, International Federation on Ageing, ReACT – Respect a Caregiver's Time coalition, Home Care 100, Home Care Association of America.