Transforming Aging One Senior at a Time!

Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. (PVI) was founded in the old-fashioned spirit of charity. A group of forward-thinking women in Menlo Park […more…]

Peninsula Volunteers, Inc.

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(650) 272-5002
Director of Development: Rebecca Matteson Nelson


We enable seniors to age in place!
Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. empowers older individuals to continue to live their best, independent lives through our Meals on Wheels program, Got Groceries, and multiple wellness, connection and support services that make this possible.

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We know you care about where your money goes and how it is used. Connect with this organization’s leadership in order to begin to build this important relationship. Your email will be sent directly to this organization’s Director of Development and/or Executive Director.

I unexpectedly became my mother’s caregiver after her Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Three family members passed away shortly afterwards, leaving us without family to help deal with this devastating diagnosis and the overwhelming grief from our loss. Our family physician recommended PVI’s Adult Day Services when it became impossible for me to both care for my mother and work. My mother responded wonderfully to the specialized care, experiencing new joy and purpose in her life. The quality is extraordinary. Everything is so thoughtfully and personally tailored. And I found peace of mind and a community of support for what I was trying to manage all alone. We have the deepest gratitude to each of you at PVI for the care and kindness you provide to our family.
Sunita P., Daughter of PVI client

Your Donation Helps Seniors Stay Active and Engaged

–Funds one month of Peninsula Volunteers, Inc.’s (PVI) nutritious Meals on Wheels for two at-risk older adults.

–Funds one week of Adult Day Services for Alzheimer’s at PVI’s Rosener House. 

–Funds a one-year premium membership for all activity offerings at PVI’s Adult Activity Center “Little House.” 

–Funds a new iPad and training for a senior to access the internet and prevent social isolation.

Key Supporters

Ann Griffiths
Anne and Richard Melbye
Barbara and Arnold Silverman
Carolyn and Preston Butcher
Initiative/Community Fund
Dignity Health
Gloria Kennett
Howard and Betty White
Charitable Trusts
Jeanne and Frank Fischer
Kaiser Permanente
Marylue Timpson
Meta Platforms, Inc.
NTT Global Networks
NTTVC Regalis Networks
Peninsula Healthcare District
Sequoia Healthcare District
Silicon Valley
Community Foundation
Sue and Dick Levy
Susan Martin
Sutter Health/Palo Alto
Medical Foundation
The Kerfuffle Foundation
Troper-Wojcicki Foundation
Woodlawn Foundation