America's Second Harvest: a national network of food banks that distribute one billion pounds of food each year throughout all 50 states and Puerto Rico.
AllPromise.com: Over 100 articles on seniors' everyday computing problems.
FolksOnline: Helping each other use new technology to reach for our dreams.
Grandparents Resource Center:
Support services to grandparents raising
GrandsPlace: Chat rooms, bulletin boards, news and resources for grandparents and other relatives raising children.
Impotence Guide: A Comprehensive Guide for Men and Women to Impotence
National Center on Elder Abuse: What constitutes elder abuse, how can you report it and to whom, and what you can do if you suspect it is happening to you or someone you know.
North American Golf Directory: A comprehensive guide to the first class golf communities, resorts, courses, and learning centers of North America.
Senior Job Bank:
Searchable database. Post jobs, resumés & skills.
Senior Living Alternatives: A wide range of lifestyle options that enable you to easily sort through retirement communities, assisted living, nursing homes and home health care. Information is provided by state, county and city nationwide.
Seniors Computer Information Project: A wealth of legal, housing, medical and recreation information.
Shepherd's Centers of America: An interfaith organization that helps older adults sustain and celebrate life with opportunities for service to others, self-expression, meaningful work, and close friendships.
Suddenly Senior: A weekly e-zine for anyone who feels way too young to be old
The Bingo Bugle: A monthly newspaper filled with bingo news, advice, comics and more.
Travel with a Challenge: Practical advice on alternative travel opportunities for men and women over 50. Lots of well written articles and some links to other useful sites.
Widow Net: An
information and support resource for, and by, widows and widowers. Topics covered include
grief, bereavement, recovery, and other information helpful to those who have suffered the
death of a spouse.