About Partners In Care

Partners In Care Maryland, Inc. is a Volunteer based 501(c)3 nonprofit Organization, and a recognized Leader in Maryland for Programs and Services that support the independence of older adults – age 60 and older. Through a unique culture of Service Exchange/Time Banking, Members utilize their gifts and talents to support each other–NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS! Partners In Care’s TRANSPORTATION Program provides Members with arm-in-arm, door-through-door transportation to medical facilities, healthcare appointments, grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, and to run errands. Our REPAIRS WITH CARE Program offers services that help Members to cross off the items on their “honey-do” list such as changing light bulbs, repairing leaky faucets, as well as helping to insure Member’s homes are safe by installing items such as grab bars and toilet risers. MEMBER CARE is a person-centered Program that provides advocacy, and encourages community engagement by offering social learning events and opportunities to build community. Our UPSCALE RESALE BOUTIQUE is a Social Enterprise, where proceeds provide financial support to the Organization, while creating an opportunity for Members to Volunteer their time, and make new friends while banking time and building community. We invite you to learn more about Partners In Care and consider how you might VOLUNTEER or DONATE so that you too can make a difference in the life of an older adult who would like the opportunity to AGE IN PLACE with dignity and respect.

Our Mission

Exchanging Time, Creating Community

Help older adults live independently in their own homes and actively engage in the community by a unique culture of service exchange where 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, those members ask for assistance when needed.

Our Vision

Making a Difference

Provide an opportunity for all generations to support the independence of older adults, empowering and enabling them to be an active part of the community while aging in place.