Join us at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 13, 2018, to learn more about Volunteers in Service to the Elderly (VISTE).
Volunteers in Service to the Elderly (VISTE) is a community-based, non-profit organization serving Lakeland, Bartow, Mulberry and Ft. Meade. Established in 1983, the primary goal of VISTE is to enable frail elderly persons to continue living independently and safely in their own home.
VISTE is a volunteer-driven organization that is successful because of the schools, churches, civic groups, local corporations, and individuals that help us. Though a small VISTE staff oversees program services offered to our clients, our dedicated volunteers perform the majority of the work.
Assisting the Elderly
The frail elderly are the fastest growing age group in the U.S.A. People are living longer and are often financially unprepared to do so. VISTE provides the elderly with resources that help our greatest generation remain safe and independent in their own homes. Transportation, monthly commodity boxes, hot meals, and wheelchair ramps are just a few of the programs carried out by VISTE volunteers that help preserve our client?s dignity.
VISTE receives funds from the United Way of Central Florida, the City of Lakeland, the City of Bartow, GiveWell, and through individuals, businesses, and various foundations.
VISTE?s mission is to enable the frail elderly to remain safely and independently in their own homes. The needs are great, but together we are greater than the need.