Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a

Check out www.grcoa,ca to see the many different ways you can support the Grand River Council on Aging as we promote the voice of Elders.

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New to the INFO HUB in December:

MedsCheck Program: The Ontario Pharmaceutical Association offers the MedsCheck medication review providing an opportunity for pharmacists to meet one-on-one with patients, helping them to identify and resolve common medication-related issues in order to get the most benefit from their medication.

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Together we heal.

We're rallying our community to support our most vulnerable elderly residents in their time of need, for #GivingTuesday.

Join us to give back: www.grcoa.ca
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Volunteer Recognition

The Volunteer Recognition Program consists of articles highlighting a different volunteer each month who has been integral to the success and growth of the Grand River Council On Aging.

Sherrill Heys is the volunteers to be recognized for the month of November.




Chamber of Commerce Community Builder Nominee

The Grand River Council on Aging was proud to be nominated for the 2020 Chamber of Commerce Community Builder Award.  Congratulations to Crossing All Bridges for being the recipient of the award.

To see the video created by Atomic Spark to highlight the contributions the GRCOA makes in the community, CLICK HERE

Accessibility of Our Website

This web site is compliant with Canadian Privacy and Electronic Communications regulations. Features have been added for those with visual and/or dexterity issues. Click the wheelchair on the top right of the website to see options available to assist you.

What’s New!

Today is the day! #GivingTuesday!

In this time of uncertainty, there’s a fundamental truth that gives us hope – that together we can do extraordinary things.

Join us today, and let’s rally to promote the voice of elders and reduce social isolation in our most vulnerable populations by donating to the Grand River Council on Aging.


Age Friendly Info Hub

Introducing the Age Friendly Info Hub.  Information for seniors, families and caregivers. Everything you need to know all in one place.

Check out the Rogers TV Brantlife interview with Lucy Marco, Grand River Council on Aging President, discussing the creation and impact of the Age Friendly Info Hub.

  Learn more about what the City is doing to recognize and support Seniors:

Financial Literacy Series click here

 Digital Inclusion Free Computer classes click here

For Neighbours Helping Neighbours click here

For Healthy Aging Without Walls click here

Call 211 and ask for BuzzMe to engage in friendly conversation and learn about local resources

Other events

Check out What’s Happening for a calendar of other activities in the community