Remember ME - You Me and Dementia

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

We have made a difference

Dear Friends,
It’s our pleasure to inform you that our Initiative to create recourse , spread awareness and services for cause of Elderly and other Social cause has been huge success.We have used ICT for advantage of our Elderly and reached out to thousands all over the Globe.



Our First Initiative : People for Social Cause Blog http://peopleforsocialcause.blogspot.com/ has 36,000 + hits since July 2007

Our Second Initiative : Silver Innings , a comprehensive and dedicated website for Elderly and their family www.silverinnings.com has 10,000 + hits since April 2008

Our Third Initiative : Silver Innings Blog dedicated for Elderly http://silverinnings.blogspot.com/ : has 3000 + hits since April 2008


Our Fourth Initiative : Silver Inning Foundation, A Not for Profit Organisation for Elderly http://www.silverinnings.com/SV%20Foundation%20Home.html in India is creating a positive and successful aging environment with its unique services and proactive approach in Mumbai and nearby area ,slowly going to spread Pan India in phase manner.


We Thank all our Trustees, Friends, Well wishers ,Members, Stake holders ,Net working partner's , Funders for all their support and looking forward for their long lasting commitment for never ending innings...............


We also request all those who are still not members of this Movement called Silver Innings, to Join us at http://silverinnings.com/primary%20individual%20form.asp (its free primary membership for website) and help the cause of Elderly - the most neglected and ignored segment. So let’s make difference, let’s start a New Beginning.....Silver Innings.


Still its long way to go...................................



Lets Love,Care and Respect our Elderly and contribute for social cause and nation building.





Forget yourself for others, and others will never forget you.

1 comment:

Matt said...

I spent nearly four years working in an Alzheimer’s/Long Term Care facility in Utah and I know the difficulties and pains associated with this disease. I personally got to know some great people afflicted with Alzheimer’s and I also became close with some of their families. I’ve seen a lot of resources that help. One in particular seems to be a great benefit: http://www.thecaringspace.com
Please pass this link along to anyone you feel could benefit from it.