Maryland Community For Life-Talbot announced today that it has entered into an agreement to merge CFL with Partners In Care’s Midshore CFL program. The expected merger is scheduled for November 2020. The merged entities will become a CFL program to serve residents in Talbot and Caroline counties.
Partners In Care (PIC), a private non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization headquartered in Pasadena, Maryland was established in 1993, and offers programs and services that support the independence of older adults in our communities. Through a unique culture of exchange, PIC members volunteer their time and talents to help each other with neighborly services such as transportation, handyman repairs, person-centered support and social engagement. In exchange, members tap into the network of volunteers to ask for assistance when needed.
“We look forward to the opportunities in Talbot County”, noted Partners In Care, CEO & President, Mandy Arnold. “This merger will expand our services to Talbot County and provide geographic diversification for our organization to support aging adults who want to continue to live independently.”
“Partners In Care is a well-established organization with an excellent reputation with its members and volunteers. We believe this merger will ensure the continued success and long-term sustainability of the CFL-Talbot program,” said Executive Director, Marion Donahue.
About Partners In Care
Partners In Care is a private non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization offering programs and services that support the independence of older adults in Anne Arundel, Talbot, Caroline, Frederick, and Washington Counties. For more information visit www.Partnersincare.org.