Definition: The Alamo Area Home Care Council Building Bridges Program is a cooperative effort to provide resources and support to our community through affiliations with local and regional organizations.
Mission: To partner with area resources through mutual support, promotion and education for the benefit of the communities we serve.
To cultivate solid relationships with our partners
To share knowledge of each others’ missions and services
To participate in mutually beneficial community projects
Home Care Hero Award:
Every year the Alamo Area Home Care Council chooses an outstanding local person who is actively making a difference in the home-care industry. The individual chosen exemplifies compassion and initiative beyond standard expectations.
Do you know someone deserving of this award? Complete the nomination form below and email to Deborah Dorsman at firstname.lastname@example.org
The AAHCC Amigo is our annual
beneficiary for fundraising.
Designated January 1st – December 31st.
Our Christmas Party Fundraiser is specifically
held to raise money for our Amigo.
Past Amigos include:
Do you know a local 501(c)3 that would make a great future Amigo? For consideration please complete the following.
Alzheimer’s Association – Educate yourself on Alzheimer’s and the population it affects, donate to research, find a support group, or participate in the The Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Oasis - Discover Life After 50 – Programs range from arts and humanities to consumer interest, fitness and health.
Humor for Heroes strives to demonstrate our appreciation to current and former military members by providing an entertaining night of comedy, fostering connections with military resources and contributing much needed financial support to military charities.
Meals on Wheels of San Antonio prepares and delivers hot, nutritious meals each weekday to homebound seniors living in Bexar County.