We’re all about helping and
caring, so giving back to
our community is a natural
extension of what we do.
Striving to help our client’s live dignified, independent lifestyles with the utmost care and compassion is something Always Home Homecare practices every day. Once you witness firsthand the power of helping, and what going that extra step for those in need does; it gets difficult to stop! Our commitment to giving is something that we remain passionate about, and have the pleasure of sharing with many other local organizations in our community.
We’re proud to support local initiatives that make a difference in our community, and to those who need it most.
Always Home – Always in the Community
Dec 22, 2017 – Always Home teamed up with local elementary and preschool children who created wonderful Christmas cards for us to deliver to nursing homes in Halifax area. It was a welcome surprise to the residents, and a great job by the children!
Oct 31, 2017 – On Halloween, Always Home’s Business Development Manager, Janet, visited facilities across HRM delivering goodies. That same day, Always Home Homebody, Cindy, visited clients handing out treat bags as part of our reverse trick or treating initiative.
Sept 21, 2017 – Always Home hosted a Coffee Break in support of Alzheimer’s Awareness Day. Clients, friends, neighbors, and staff dropped by to donate and enjoy a cupcake and coffee. Always Home Homecare matched all donations!
Dec 2016 – Always Home Care Coordinator, Jennifer, and Business Development Manager, Janet, deliver goods to Feed Nova Scotia from annual food drive.
Sept 2016 – Clients and staff danced the night away at the Always Home Homecare Fall Ball.
Summer 2016 – Always Home Staff, Clients, and Family enjoyed a delicious BBQ on a hot summer day.
Georgia and members of 100 Woman Who Care are pictured above.
Participants of the Tea & Tango program pictured above. The 10 week program was sponsored by Happily Ever Active, Nova Scotia Health and Wellness, You, Two, Can Tango and Always Home Homecare.
Staff, Friends and Family of Always Home Homecare gather to carol at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in 2013.