ABOUT NEIGHBORLY CARE NETWORK

Mission and Vision

Neighborly is a non-profit 501C (3) organization licensed as a corporation in the State of Florida and dedicated to improving the lives of older persons in need of home and community-based services who reside in Pinellas County, Florida. A champion for seniors, we provide Meals on Wheels, Adult Day Programs, Senior Dining and Transportation. Since 1966 Neighborly has served the elderly with ever-expanding programs to “improve health, wellness, and independent living for individuals and families.”

Mission

Improved Health, Wellness, and Independent living for individuals and families.

Vision

Neighborly is a pioneer of innovative quality solutions that enhance our customers’ way of life. We are a leader in providing superior health, home and community-based services, education, consultation and support for wellness and self-directed care.

History

Neighborly opened in 1966 with a group of concerned citizens in Pinellas County who came together to brainstorm ways to create services to meet the needs of the growing senior population. The Neighborly Center, Inc. was created as a nonprofit agency with the mission of studying and fulfilling the needs of seniors in Pinellas County.

History

In 1968, Neighborly began providing direct services for Adult Day Services and Home Meal Delivery (Meals on Wheels) – two areas research discovered was essential. Neighborly served more than 108 people in these two programs that year.

Home Meal Delivery services started in the back of a van. Neighborly provides nutritious meals to more than 1,000 home-bound seniors and Adult Day Center clients daily, thanks to dedicated volunteers and donors.

Neighborly soon recognized the need for a place where adults 60 and older could receive hot, nutritious meals and meet new people and remain active. In 1973, Neighborly opened its first Senior Dining site in Dunedin. Today we have several Senior Cafes throughout the county where individuals can socialize and enjoy a delicious meal.

Neighborly further expanded its services by creating a transportation program. Vans began transporting seniors to medical appointments, Adult Day Centers, Senior Dining sites, and grocery shopping. Today transportation provides over 75,000 trips for individuals annually, utilizing a fleet of specially equipped buses, vans, and cars with drivers trained in elder care.

Leadership

Neighborly has a team of passionate and diverse individuals whose main purpose is to provide the best services and programs to enhance the health, wellness and independent living of seniors in Pinellas County.

We are supported by a volunteer board of directors whose passion and experience help enhance the quality of life for the people we serve.

David Lomaka

Executive Director

Susan McIntyre

Development Director

Maribeth Braden

Adult Day Services Director

Anita Frankhauser

Nutrition Director

Jenni White

Finance Director

Cesar Fernandez

Transportation Director

Board of Directors

A. Brooke Mirenda – Chair
Jeremy Bailie – Vice Chair
Chuck Cantanese – Treasurer
Neil Brickfield – Secretary
Michael Audino
Jim Barge
Eric Beck
Dr. Farhan Malik
Julius Nasso
John Wiethorn

2023 Annual Report

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Mission and Vision

Neighborly is a non-profit 501C (3) organization licensed as a corporation in the State of Florida and dedicated to improving the lives of older persons in need of home and community-based services who reside in Pinellas County, Florida. A champion for seniors, we provide Meals on Wheels, Adult Day Programs, Senior Dining and Transportation. Since 1966 Neighborly has served the elderly with ever-expanding programs to “improve health, wellness, and independent living for individuals and families.”

Mission

Improved Health, Wellness, and Independent living for individuals and families.

Vision

Neighborly is a pioneer of innovative quality solutions that enhance our customers’ way of life. We are a leader in providing superior health, home and community-based services, education, consultation and support for wellness and self-directed care.

History

Neighborly opened in 1966 with a group of concerned citizens in Pinellas County who came together to brainstorm ways to create services to meet the needs of the growing senior population. The Neighborly Center, Inc. was created as a nonprofit agency with the mission of studying and fulfilling the needs of seniors in Pinellas County.

History

In 1968, Neighborly began providing direct services for Adult Day Services and Home Meal Delivery (Meals on Wheels) – two areas research discovered was essential. Neighborly served more than 108 people in these two programs that year.

Home Meal Delivery services started in the back of a van. Neighborly provides nutritious meals to more than 1,000 home-bound seniors and Adult Day Center clients daily, thanks to dedicated volunteers and donors.

Neighborly soon recognized the need for a place where adults 60 and older could receive hot, nutritious meals and meet new people and remain active. In 1973, Neighborly opened its first Senior Dining site in Dunedin. Today we have several Senior Cafes throughout the county where individuals can socialize and enjoy a delicious meal.

Neighborly further expanded its services by creating a transportation program. Vans began transporting seniors to medical appointments, Adult Day Centers, Senior Dining sites, and grocery shopping. Today transportation provides over 75,000 trips for individuals annually, utilizing a fleet of specially equipped buses, vans, and cars with drivers trained in elder care.

Leadership

Neighborly has a team of passionate and diverse individuals whose main purpose is to provide the best services and programs to enhance the health, wellness and independent living of seniors in Pinellas County.

We are supported by a volunteer board of directors whose passion and experience help enhance the quality of life for the people we serve.

David Lomaka

Executive Director

Susan McIntyre

Development Director

Maribeth Braden

Adult Day Services Director

Anita Frankhauser

Nutrition Director

Jenni White

Finance Director

Cesar Fernandez

Transportation Director

Board of Directors

A. Brooke Mirenda – Chair
Jeremy Bailie – Vice Chair
Chuck Cantanese – Treasurer
Neil Brickfield
 – Secretary
Michael Audino
Jim Barge
Eric Beck
Dr. Farhan Malik
Julius Nasso
John Wiethorn
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About Neighborly Care Network

We’re Being Neighborly

Caring is at the center of all we do — helping seniors live life to the fullest.

Delivering beyond what’s expected in Senior-specific care is the right thing to do.
All in all, we are people that care—we’re the neighbor you need.

Our Impact in 2022

Since 1966 Neighborly has served the elderly with
ever-expanding programs.

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Meals Served since 1966
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Seniors Transported since 1966
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