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Dear Friends,

We hope you will join us on Thursday, April 11, 2019 for CARIE’s 13th Annual Fundraiser and Auction, “Be the Voice” an evening benefiting our elder advocacy. Enjoy a wonderful evening of great company, terrific food and drink, and the excitement of bidding on fabulous auction items. Any support you can provide helps the thousands of older adults and their caregivers we serve each year. You can purchase tickets, become an event sponsor, donate, or learn more about the evening on our event website.

We’ll have live bidding on stays in Tuscany, Namibia, Scotland, Spain, Cape May, Outer Banks, and Aspen, tickets to Late Night with Stephen Colbert, behind-the-dugout PHILLIES TICKETS, and more! And you can bid online for restaurants, getaways, home and entertaining, art, jewelry, sports events, cultural experiences, and family fun! You don’t have to be present to bid, just register on our event website.

We are thrilled to announce our 2019 Spirit of CARIE Award recipients: Susan Shifrin, Founder and Executive Director, ARTZ Philadelphia and Charles McMahon, Artistic Director, Lantern Theater Company. “Through the unique power of the arts to enrich and illuminate human lives, Ms. Shifrin and Mr. McMahon have expanded our understanding of the experience of aging and the limitless capacity of the human spirit.”

Event Details:
Thursday, April 11, 2019, 5:30 – 8:30 PM
WHYY Studios
150 North 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Sponsors and Benefactors are invited to a reception from 4:30 – 5:30 to hear from our Spirit of CARIE honorees.

With sincere gratitude to everyone who makes CARIE’s work possible, our Board, staff, volunteers, supporters, clients, and our community partners. Please search our website for more information about our work. And, never hesitate to contact us if you have an elder care question, concern, or problem. We are glad to help anyone who calls.  Call 215-545-5728 or 800-356-3606.

  • Diane Menio | Executive Director

Advocating for the Elderly

May 26, 2016

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The number of older adults in the United States is projected to double by the year 2060. Many elders will need services and supports to live with the greatest dignity, independence and quality of life possible. For almost 40 years, CARIE has been an advocate and a source of information and guidance for older adults and their caregivers, helping them navigate the complex health and aging systems.

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