We are all worried about our families during these difficult and uncertain pandemic times. Making an estate plan is one step that can be taken to reduce the anxiety and fears connected with COVID-19 and to ensure that a plan is in place should an unfortunate event occur. Employing a trust to create that plan is simple and effective.
Join Ellen Makofsky for a webinar with the Freeport Public Library on Wednesday, May 6th at 12:00pm to learn what trusts are, how trusts work and why they can be advantageous as the Coronavirus sweeps through our communities.
You can join from your computer, tablet or smartphone at:
You can also dial in to +1(646)749-3112 with the access code 352-254-389
For any questions you may have in regards to the webinar, you can contact the Ask Department of the Freeport Public Library at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a website that connects those who need services and individuals who provide those services such as getting groceries or finding someone to run an errand. Fees for services are charged on an hourly basis. There is no charge to register on the website.
City Meals on Wheels
Individuals must meet eligibility criteria for Meals on Wheels. To determine eligibility and start services, visit the website.
Town of Hempstead
The Town of Hempstead partners with organizations in the area to get meals and groceries to seniors. They can be contacted by telephone and the Town will connect the individual with an organization who can assist.
Town of North Hempstead
Seniors can register for Project Independence and a caseworker will be assigned to them to help with transportation and shopping needs.
Helping Hands for Seniors
Our Lady of Fatima at 516-883-3903
St. Peter of Alcantara at 516-883-0365
Local seniors can call and volunteers are sought to do the grocery shopping.
The website provides multiple stores from which to make your grocery selections and charges a fee for services.
Walmart + Postmates
Groceries can be ordered on the website and the shopping is done by Walmart employees and then delivered by Postmates. The customer pays for the items and a one-time delivery charge.
This service is available to those who have an Amazon prime subscription and provides for grocery deliveries for a fee.
Disclaimer: This is for informational purposes only. The Makofsky Valente Law Group, P.C. does not have any affiliation or relationship with these companies and organizations and accepts no liability or responsibility for issues related to their services.