The leadership team of A Little Help North Fork Valley announces its decision to separate from the Denver office and establish an independent local organization to carry on the mission of connecting neighbors to help seniors thrive. This decision follows extended and thoughtful deliberation and amicable negotiations with staff and board members of A Little Help in Denver. The separation is effective Aug. 1.
The new organization is called North Fork Senior Connections. Its tag line is "Finding Solutions to Help Seniors Age in Place." The email address for the new organization is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The board of directors for the new organization consists of Randy Campbell, chair; James Schott, vice chair; Dave Knutson, treasurer; Betsy Topper, secretary; Jenn Lukesh, board member; Bruce Woodside, board member; Linda McCone, ex officio.
"As we navigate the transition to independence, we want to assure our senior members that your requests for services may still be made by calling 970-527-3482, and that you will experience no interruption in those services," Campbell said. Memberships in A Little Help will be honored and continued by North Fork Senior Connections.
"We are grateful to staff and volunteers in the Denver office of A Little Help for their support of our activities for the last three years, and wish them continued success," he said.
For more information, please call 527-9221.