Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation Awards $75K Grant to Duet

Funds to support health, well-being services for homebound adults

Duet: Partners In Health & Aging has received a $75,000 grant from The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation. The grant will go toward supporting Duet’s health and well-being services for homebound adults, family caregivers, grandparents raising grandchildren and faith communities.

Volunteer Maria with Wynelle

“This grant from The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation will help duet to provide free-of-charge health and aging services to those in our local community who need it most,” says Gordon Sims, director of development for Duet. “Through grants like this one, Duet is able to connect homebound adults with volunteers who provide rides to the grocery store and doctor’s appointments, provide support groups for caregivers and grandparents raising grandchildren, and help to foster health programs in faith communities.”

PHOTOS COURTESY DUET

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