We are proud to announce our 2019 Senior Ride funding partners and express our deep appreciation for their support. These partners enable us to fulfill Senior Ride’s mission- Connecting low income elderly and adults with disabilities to medical care and a healthier quality of life-and serve hundreds of people in our community every year.
- $192,200 2019 Federal Section 5310 funds: Enhanced mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Administered by the Birmingham Jefferson County Transit Authority.
- $30,000 matching funds: the Beeson Trust of Canterbury United Methodist Church
- $2,500 matching funds: the Eyesight Foundation of Alabama
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama-Caring Foundation
Long time Senior Ride Coordinator Shirley Moffett retired from Travelers Aid on November 30, 2018 after 44 years of service to the organization. A reception was held in her honor at United Way of Central Alabama. Shirley was recognized by current and former Travelers Aid Board and staff, her family, and her many friends for her dedication to serving elderly people in our community. She was presented with an engraved bracelet, a commemorative plaque and a retirement gift from the Travelers Aid Board of Directors in appreciation for her many years with the agency.
Two weeks before Christmas our staff hand delivered gift bags to 100 of our elderly and disabled Senior Ride clients. It was a privilege to meet and put faces to names & voices, but the smiles and hugs were the very best, priceless! We are grateful to our friends at Viva Health for helping us with the Senior Ride Holiday Gift Project this year by holding a Christmas in July donation drive!
THANK YOU DIXIE VINTAGE
For an amazing day of fun, wonderful friends, your long time support for Travelers Aid and of course, the most awesome classic cars!
The April 27th 2019 annual Dixie Vintage Antique & Classic Car Show was, once again, a successful event. We appreciate all the work that went into the planning, the businesses that supported it, but most of all the Dixie Vintage club members who brought their cars out and most especially the many volunteers who spent countless hours to make it such a success.