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VINE Faith In Action

Who We Are

VINE Faith in Action

VINE Faith in Action promotes quality of life and a culture of caring, sustained by volunteerism, community engagement and support for neighbors in need.  VINE assists people living in their own homes or apartments maintain their independence for as long as possible by providing non-medical assistance with daily activities.  Our core programs include:

  • Caring Connection
  • Nursing Home/Hospital Transition
  • Hot Meals on Wheels
  • Chores
  • Home Modifications
  • Transportation
  • Medical Equipment Lending Closet
  • VINE Adult Respite Center
  • Support for Caregivers - in home respite, caregiver consulting, and support and education

VINE Adult Community Center (VACC)

The VACC, an adult community center under VINE's management, engages adults in mid life and beyond.  There are opportunities to play cards, line dance with the VINE Stompers, harmonize with the VINE Singers or VINE Garage Band, play table tennis and pool, go on local and out of town trips (offered in collaboration with Community Education), attend lectures and special programs, participate in book clubs, etc.  The VINE Adult Community Center also offers state of the art HUR Fitness Machines and  a variety of different group exercise classes; Tai Chi, water exercise, balance and mobility, Cardio Strength, etc. to help keep people physically healthy. 

VINE Home Thrift Store

The VINE Home Thrift Store provides a variety of household goods including, furniture, kitchen and bathroom items, books, artwork, lighting, etc. all at reasonable prices.  All the proceeds from the store go to support VINE's programs and services.


What We Do

VINE Faith in Action was established in February of 1995, as an interfaith volunteer caregiving organization serving older adults, people with disabilities and individuals and families encountering difficult life situations. In 2002, VINE, Volunteer Interfaith Network Effort, officially changed its name to VINE Faith in Action to further align itself to the national caregiving movement.