Proposals of particular interest to the Foundation are as follows:
- Projects aimed at increasing the awareness of the elderly and those with disabilities about available resources of existing
programs within their communities and providing assistance in accessing such programs.
- Projects aimed at improving the safety and security of the elderly and those with disabilities in their place of residence.
- Projects that create opportunities for the elderly and those with disabilities to interact with children and their families
in activities that are consistent with other program goals of the Foundation.
- Programs that improve the mental health of the elderly and those with disabilities.
- Programs that use proven models of success to extend existing resources or to develop new and innovative services aimed
at the under-served among the elderly and those with disabilities.
- Programs with proven success in the treatment of alcoholism, particularly those aimed at preventing the abuse of children
and the elderly.
- Projects that combine under-utilized church, school, or other facilities and neighborhood resources to extend needed services
within neighborhoods with an emphasis on the prevention of child abuse, the character development of children, and the quality
of life for the elderly.
- Projects that provide opportunities for persons with disabilities to participate in organized recreational activities.
- Programs that provide temporary care for persons with disabilities.
- Programs that use technology to develop the self-esteem of the elderly and/or persons with disabilities by giving them access
to information that leads to job opportunities, provides needed medical and counseling assistance, and counteracts the adverse
impacts of isolation.
- Projects that support the use of animals in assisting the elderly and those with disabilities.
- Projects that provide personal advocates for the elderly and those with disabilities who suffer from abuse and neglect.