SNAP stands for Sunrise Neighborhood Assistance Program. It is a dedicated group of your neighbors who provide FREE support services to disabled or elderly residents in the area bordered by Craycroft, Sunrise, Kolb/Sabino and River roads.
Its mission is to provide an array of “neighbors helping neighbors” volunteer services, educational programs and social events that assist and support residents who choose to age-in-place in their own homes – for as long as possible.
Save the Date: Sunday, March 25th, 2018:
10th annual Home & Garden & Treasures Tour of the Fairfield Community
1 PM – 5 PM
Stay tuned for information about tickets! (Proceeds benefit SNAP volunteer efforts)
There are events planned for each month through the summer of 2018, and we hope you’ll join us! All programs are offered on Mondays from 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM at the Lutheran Church of the Foothills (at the corner of Territory Drive and Craycroft Road).
- February 19th: Write your own obituary. Ron Zack, Esq., Hospice Education/Legalline and Ellie Brecher
- March 5th: TBD
- April 23rd: National Institute of Civil Discourse (U of A College of Social and Behavioral Sciences)
- May 28th: The how-to’s of planning a funeral. Margie Rhodes (formerly of Brings Funeral Home) and Pastor John Lillie of Lutheran Church of the Foothills
- June 25th: Hoarding. Lisa McNeill, U of A Center on Aging
- July 30th: Medications and Drug Interactions. Dr. Jeannie Lee, U of A College of Pharmacy
- August 27th: Successful Grieving and Ice Cream Social
Who can use SNAP?
Any resident (55+) within the service area can use SNAP services and participate in SNAP programs and events.
Is SNAP really FREE?
Absolutely!! Thanks to our volunteers, SNAP clients pay nothing for services they receive! However, there are expenses to keep SNAP operating and for these we need your help.
As an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) organization, SNAP relies on tax deductible charitable contributions. EVERY DONATION HELPS.
Please call us at the SNAPLine: (520) 437-9556 or email us at or visit the SNAP website at www.sunrisesnap.org.