Rancho Santa Margarita, CA, September 15, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Medical alert provider Rescue Alert of California™ announces the launch of a new initiative today to start a social movement about answering senior questions while, at the same time, giving back to a deserving senior charity. The goal of the “Tip Jar for Seniors” is to connect seniors and caregivers with those who have knowledge to give, and to build a portal in which people can share ideas on the issues that matter the most to senior citizens, their families, and caregivers.
“This is a very important cause, one which we want to be a part of,” said Lindsey Brewster of Rescue Alert of California™. “It is so rewarding to embark on what is only the first step in our efforts to help the elderly population, and provide valuable information to a community in need that grows in numbers every day. With everyone’s help, we can make this movement a great success, and help seniors everywhere for years to come.”
The number of baby boomers turning 65 every day now averages over 10,000 according to the Alliance for Aging Research. Around 17.5 million of today’s seniors use the internet, and most use it, among other things, to answer the questions that are important to them. This creates a growing need online for answers to senior questions, one Rescue Alert of California™ hopes to tackle head-on with the help of those who care.
By joining the movement on Facebook, you will help the important social cause and spread awareness of the issues facing seniors today. Now is your chance to be a part of this effort to improve the lives of seniors. For two weeks only, Rescue Alert of California™ will ask for anyone who wishes to get involved to add their senior tip to the “Tip Jar for Seniors.”
About Rescue Alert of California™:
Rescue Alert of California™ has been enabling senior citizens to live safe, happy and independent lives through education and quality medical alert systems for over a decade. They offer EMD certified responders available 24 hours a day, and the peace of mind that comes with knowing that help is available at the push of a button.
Visit Rescue Alert of California’s™ Website for More Information on the “Tip Jar” Movement, and how you can help:
Get involved and join the “Tip Jar for Seniors” movement. Share your tip on Facebook: