|Cudahy-St. Francis Interfaith Program for the Elderly is a non-profit, faith based organization committed to enhancing the quality of life for older adults in the Cudahy and St. Francis communities with the support of diverse congregations, religious groups, volunteers, and other community organizations. Our mission is accomplished through direct service, information, referrals and advocacy.
|Photography © Bradley Mason|
CSFI Program for the Elderly has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation! We thank them for their generosity and support in helping the seniors of Cudahy and St. Francis to continue living safely and independently in their homes!
With spring finally here, we want to thank all of our shovelers for a successful year of shoveling for their assigned senior(s). We hope you consider working with our Snow Shoveling Program again next winter.
|Cudahy-St. Francis Interfaith Program for the Elderly (CSFI) is dedicated to being a pillar of support to the communities of Cudahy and St. Francis. CSFI is now inviting you to make the foundation of our services stronger! We are seeking new volunteer drivers who enjoy interacting with their senior neighbors. Rides are given to medical appointments, shopping and other activities. Volunteering doesn’t mean you have to drive everyday, every week or every month; just when it is most convenient for you. Every little bit matters. If you are interested, please contact the CSFI office at 414-483-4474. Help is available because of volunteer services and financial contributions from individuals, churches, businesses and community organizations.|
|Interfaith is sponsored by six congregations: Changing Lives Assembly of God, Cudahy United Methodist, Nativity of the Lord Catholic, Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic, St. John Ev. Lutheran, and St. Mark’s Ev. Lutheran.|
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04.09.2014: We thank Bob Mielke for his generous support of both Project Concern and CSFI Program for the Elderly.
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