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Southeast Seniors Services

Southeast Seniors volunteer and client together in home.
Service Coordination
Connect to services provided by Southeast Seniors and partner organizations, assistance completing application paperwork, coordinating medical care, and problem-solving when challenges arise.

Outreach Nursing

Wellness checks, health counseling, monitor chronic conditions, and advocacy with health professionals.



Roundtrip rides for medical and dental appointments, and essential errands by our amazing volunteer drivers!

Grocery Shopping Assistance

Volunteers can provide rides to the grocery store and in-store shopping assistance 1-2 times/month or can shop on your behalf, deliver groceries to your home and help put items away.

Chore Services

Volunteer assistance with outdoor chores including fall and spring raking, snow removal, weeding & lawn mowing.

Foot Care at Your Home

Provided by a registered nurse from Joyful Feet Healthcare on a sliding fee scale.

Caregiver Support 

Individual consultation, connection to community resources, and powerful tools for caregivers classes.

Friendly Visits & Calls 

Home visits and/or phone calls from a friendly Southeast Seniors volunteer with similar interests.




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Southeast Lifelong Learners

Educational and recreational programs offered in partnership with Minneapolis Community Education twice monthly on Wednesdays from September through May. Past topics have included Medicare, local history, self-defense, and more! Click to learn more.

Virtual Book Club 

Our Book Club meets monthly on Zoom from 1 to 2 PM the last Tuesday of the month. Arvonne Fraser Librarians lead discussion and provide books to Southeast Seniors. Volunteers can deliver book to you! Call (612) 331-2302 or email to register. To learn about other book groups in the area, visit

Intergenerational Programs

Connection Club provides University of Minnesota students and people 65 and older an opportunity to connect. Students are matched with an older adult for a semester of volunteering in the form of "friendly visits." This may involve playing games, coffee chats, cooking together, taking walks and more. Read more here

Pen Pal program is our partnership with Marcy Arts Magnet School. Fifth grade students are paired with an older adult to exchange letters during the school year. An optional in-person gathering is held at the end of the school year so Pen Pals can meet their partner! Click here to learn more. 


"Thank you so much for all you do for the Southeast Minneapolis community. We truly appreciate your presence. You are the best!"

 ~Southeast Seniors member

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