For over a quarter of a century, the Georgetown Senior Center has been providing seniors living in Georgetown and Upper NW Washington, DC, with thought-provoking programs, holiday celebrations, field trips and events. Founded by Virginia Luce Allen in 1982 to address the “plague of loneliness,” the Center offers thrice-weekly programs September through June where seniors find warmth, companionship, nourishment and intellectual stimulation.
The Georgetown Senior Center has made a difference in the lives of countless seniors.
The Georgetown Senior Center offers a full calendar of activities, all with door-to-door transportation. Each Monday and Friday, seniors typically enjoy a 2-1/2 hour “retreat” at Georgetown’s St. John’s Episcopal Church that includes light exercise, a hot lunch and an enrichment program, such as a presentation by an area author. On Wednesdays, members join the seniors’ group at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. At least once each month the group enjoys an outing to a local educational or recreational spot.
Please help us keep our unique organization alive and well!
The Georgetown Senior Center receives no government funds and is supported by community donations, small program fees and a dedicated cadre of volunteers. Please help us continue to provide our seniors with the support they need to remain vital and engaged as they age in place!
As a small nonprofit organization, the entire amount of your contribution directly supports the seniors we serve.
Contribute today and join us in making a lasting impact on our neighborhood’s elderly residents!