INTERGENERATIONAL SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Membership in A Little Help includes a variety of social and educational activities, and all members are encouraged to attend these community-building events. Afterall, getting out and getting involved is energizing! Below are examples of the activites in our various locations. Please contact us at office@alittlehelp.org if you are interested in starting a group in your neighborhood or would like to participate in any of these activities. 

Interest Groups

  • Book Groups - Book groups are open to volunteers, members, and those not yet formally part of A Little Help. Check your local newsletter calendar for details about books and meetings.
  • Other interests - Please let us know if you'd like to help host a group in your area, centered around interests/classes like yoga, dance, foreign language, knitting/crocheting, etc.

Picnics and Mixers

Picnics are held from the late spring through early fall. Check the calendar of events to find a picnic near you. Picnics may be held at picnic grounds or in homes.  

Holiday Party

An annual Holiday Party provides an opportunity for everyone connected with A Little Help to gather and celebrate the season.  Board members, staff, volunteers, members, families, and anyone interested in learning more about A Little Help are all invited. 

Tough Talks

Tough Talks feature speakers and panels on some of life's tough but important topics. A Little Help offers a different installment of the series every few months and strives to feature relevant and thought-provoking topics with interesting and knowledgeable speakers. If you have suggestions or would like to sponsor a "Tough Talk," please contact our office.