The Hub Council collaborates with Partner Organizations to identify, direct and guide activities of the Hub in order to fulfill its mission to build a more responsive and resilient seniors community. Together, they identify and highlight assets that help Westside seniors thrive. They also determine where there are gaps in services and resources and then find ways to fill those gaps.
Broad areas of interest include transportation, communications, housing, programming, elder abuse prevention, health promotion, sustainability, and social engagement. The Hub endeavours to involve local seniors in collaboratively moving forward on important issues.
Ten members currently serve on the Council. They were appointed based on their knowledge and experience with seniors’ issues and willingness to advocate for seniors’ well-being.
What do council members do? Council members attend monthly meetings and devote 15-20 hours per month engaged in the work of the Hub in various ways to facilitate collaborative action.
Some of the work they do includes:
Older Adults & Seniors 55+
There are many ways for to become involved in the hub. We are always looking for new members.
To get involved as a partner, committee member, or council member, please contact the Hub Facilitator.