Every gift makes a difference.
The Visiting Nurse Association of Texas has the best senior care team, focused on providing compassionate care for patients and their families. We are also closely connected to the community through our Meals on Wheels program, which addresses hunger relief for Dallas County seniors and disabled adults.
An army of 5,000+ dedicated volunteers delivered Meals on Wheels and 100 hospice volunteers compassionately served seriously ill patients and their families last year.
In 2023, our VNA Hospice team cared for 1,789 patients who received more than 107,946 days of medical care and emotional/spiritual support.
Last year, VNA Meals on Wheels provided more than 1.22 million home-delivered meals to homebound seniors and disabled adults in Dallas County.
The Visiting Nurse Association of Texas provides the highest quality care for those with no place to turn and no means to pay. We care for people of all backgrounds, and with donations from the community, we are able to offer vital services funded solely by charitable grants and gifts.
There are several ways you can become part of our mission.
Each year, the Visiting Nurse Association of Texas hosts several fundraising and volunteer events designed to empower and support seniors in our community. These events are a fun way for us to gather with like-minded individuals who aspire to ensure quality care, food security and social connection are available for North Texas Seniors.
Throughout the year the Visiting Nurse Association has special giving opportunities to help us meet the specific needs of our patients and Meals on Wheels clients. Some are seasonal and some are focused on needs we fill all year round. If you are looking for a way to support the community, please consider helping us address these pressing needs.
“I got involved because I saw the need. We as a community have the ability to give to those that don’t have what we have. I have really built a relationship with one of my clients who has really opened up to me, she is so sweet and gives me advice as a grandmother. She also tells me about her medical conditions, and that helps me know if she needs any additional help.”