The organization helps families and seniors with healthcare costs and even home repairs.
“We have handy men in the community who volunteer for us, we get donations if someone has a leaky roof if someone needs minor repairs in their home,” said Andrea Bailey, Rocky Mountain Care Foundation.
Bailey said the need is so great in
“So many seniors living on a fixed income,” she said. “Sometimes they're making decisions between food and medicine honestly on a month to month basis.”
Bridgette Ostler, a single mom, couldn't afford vision insurance and needed glasses. That's when the foundation stepped in.
“The foundation leader Dede, gave me a voucher and was able to get me glasses,” said Ostler. “I was walking around with broken glasses, they were taped, so it was a big help.”
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