Ursuline Senior Services…
helping older adults age with dignity.
"Maybe it's the time of the year or maybe it's the times we find ourselves living in, but for many of us who work for organizations delivering social services to the most vulnerable members of our society, these are times of deep reflection."
Ursuline Senior Services is proud to be able to display this Seal of Excellence awarded by the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO). Read More
Once again, we are writing to ask for your help in caring for some of the most vulnerable among us, elderly and disabled members of our society who have nowhere else to turn.
P.S. You can now make your online donation by going to the Donate page. Thank you in advance!
The U.S. Department of the Treasury is getting rid of paper checks for federal benefits. Payments instead will be made electronically.
If you are about to apply for federal benefits, you will receive your payments electronically from day one.
If you already get federal benefit payments by check, you must switch to an electronic payment method by March 1, 2013.
Don't leave your money at risk by waiting for the deadline. It's fast, easy and free to switch to one of the two electronic payment options recommended by the Treasury Department. Go to www.godirect.org for more information.
In October 2008, the agency Executive Director Anthony Turo and Director of Volunteer Services Karen Miller Tobin were guests of the local CTV weekly talk show "A Nickols' Worth" and its host Dr. Mitchell Nickols. The venue afforded the opportunity to share the emerging needs facing more and more of our senior neighbors along with the good work that Ursuline is striving to expand and make more available every day to those we are here to serve. Watch Video