To provide non-professional, practical volunteer assistance to individuals and families, whose life circumstances leave them with physical, social or spiritual needs, in an effort to enable those served to maintain their independence, dignity and quality of life.

To facilitate appropriate care arrangements for those in need by working cooperatively with family, neighborhood and congregation caregivers.

To provide education, support and recognition to qualified persons who serve as volunteer caregivers.

Assist individuals in need and caregivers by connecting them to existing formal and informal support networks. To develop new support networks when others are lacking or inadequate.