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Thank You to our sponsors and donors!

The annual AgeOptions celebration is typically the highlight of our year. We look forward to gathering with friends and supporters to celebrate our successes, recognize our challenges, and gain your support for the work that lies ahead of us. Since we can't gather in person this year, we created a virtual fundraiser, kicked off by our Presenting Sponsor, Humana, with a $50,000 donation.

Following Humana's example, our sponsors, supporters and friends quickly made donations to match the $50,000 and ensure AgeOptions will continue to meet the needs of older adults and people with disabilities. Thank you to everyone who made a donation in any amount!

Click here for a list of our generous sponsors and donors.

You can make a donation to support our programs and services at any time by clicking here.


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AgeOptions' COVID-19 Coronavirus Response

Click here to go to the Emergency Preparedness web page.

The AgeOptions Emergency Preparedness web page has checklists, a situation summary and sources and materials to keep older adults and caregivers, as well as our partners and funded agencies, informed about alerts, public health recommendations and how to prepare and plan for emergencies.


You'll find links to reliable sources such as the Illinois Department on Aging, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Illinois Department of Public Health and more.


There are also links with information in languages other than English. 



Connecting Older Adults with Options for Living Well

AgeOptions helps older adults in suburban Cook County live their lives to the fullest by empowering them with information and resources. We partner with a network of other nonprofit community-based organizations that serve older adults and their caregivers and can connect you or an older adult you love with programs and services in your community, such as:

  • In-home care
  • Adult day services
  • Telephone assistance to answer questions and link callers to the resources they need
  • Problem solving with information specialists concerning care needs
  • Nutritious meals
  • Intervention and education to prevent fraud, abuse, and neglect
  • Advocacy to protect the rights of older adults and assure that critical services are available
  • Employment and volunteering opportunities