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Little House Art

Colleen Sullivan

Colleen is a printmaker and painter working in the Bay Area. As a printmaker, her work is spontaneous and experiemental - atypicial for most printmakers, whereby editioning is a strong motivator. On the contrary, Ms. Sullivan prefers the flexibility of monotyping, which offers a great deal of freedom and diversity. In painting, combining different materials, such as acrylic, graphite, ink collage, oil stick or pastel, she uses whatever it takes to express the mark convincingly. That is the goal; that is the spirit! Ms. Sullivan maintains an art studio in Redwood City, (www.project275.com), with seven (7) artists and the on-site gallery, Branner-Spangenberg. She is a member of the California Society of Printmakers.
 

 

 Belinda Chlouber

An artist, art teach and member of the City Arts Board of San Mateo, Belinda is passionate about art related to animal Welfare, arts & culture, disaster & humanitarian Relief, the environment, health, human rights, politics and the alleviation of poverty. She is currently creating mixed media paintings inspired by her mother and her grandfather's writings. More examples of her work can be found on her website, www.belindachlouber.com .

Call For Art: If you are an accomplished artist and you'd like to exhibit at our Little House Galleries, click here.

News & Announcements

Minding Our Elders: Steps to take when planning for future caregiving

Dear Carol: I’m an only surviving adult child. My parents, who are in their late 70s, have been healthy and active all of their lives. They have no trouble keeping track of their medications. They haven’t fallen and don’t have memory problems beyond what you’d expect with age. Even then, as I see the years ...READ MORE
Meals on Wheels Reduces Loneliness in Seniors

A Report from Newsmax Health – Social isolation is common among many U.S. seniors, particularly during the holidays. But, home-delivered meals can significantly reduce their feelings of loneliness, new research finds. The study involved more than 600 people in eight U.S. cities who were on waiting lists for Meals on Wheels, a program that delivers ...READ MORE
PVI’s Meals on Wheels Teams with Santa Clara Valley Thunderbirds Car Club

Menlo Park, CA —Dec. 18, 2015 Christmas came a little early for recipients of PVI’s Meals on Wheels as members of the Santa Clara Valley Thunderbirds generously donated 250 gift bags to the program. “This is a real treat for Meals on Wheels clients,” says Marilyn Baker-Venturini, Director of the Meals on Wheels program that ...READ MORE
Raymond’s Health & Well Being, Supported by Meals on Wheels

“Some are more unfortunate than I am. I am so grateful for the Meals on Wheels program.” These are the words spoken by Raymond, an 85-year old Redwood City man and current client with PVI’s Meals on Wheels program. Raymond was born in 1930 in Detroit, Michigan. In 1971, he moved to Redwood City to ...READ MORE
US deaths from Alzheimer’s disease rise significantly

From: dailymail.com; by AFP PUBLISHED: 06:19 EST, 9 December 2015 Nearly 10,000 more people died of Alzheimer’s disease in the United States last year than in 2013, a significant rise of 8.1 %, according to US health data released Wednesday. Global health authorities have warned that cases of Alzheimer’s — the most common form of dementia — would ...READ MORE
Why sleep may be far more important than you think

November 10, 2015 Sleep could be the missing link in dementia By Mark Taylor, Chicago Tribune   Mom was right. Getting a good night’s sleep may prove even more important to long-term health than our parents advised. Scientists already have documented connections between sleep loss and memory problems, which explains why many schools are starting ...READ MORE
Dementia Awareness: A Path for Families – Continued

After the initial success of the Dementia Awareness discussion at Rosener House, there will be two more opportunities to engage on this subject, with a panel of experts, including Rosener House’s own Florence Marchik, MSW. The dates are: Part I: Friday, November 6, from 8:00 – 9:30 PM An esteemed panel of Bay Area experts ...READ MORE
Rosener House Walkers Tops in Fighting Alzheimers

Ranked the top fund raiser in California and #12 in the entire nation, Peninsula Volunteers “Rosener House Walkers” team gathered at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Great Meadow on Saturday, September 19th, for the annual Alzheimer’s Association “Walk to End Alzheimer’s®” . Participants in the walk included members of the Peninsula Volunteers, Rosener House staff members, ...READ MORE
Aging in America, Through Immigrant Eyes

by Chris Kenrick , Palo Alto Online Monday, August 10, 2015. In this book on aging, Stanford geriatrician, and his biologist wife, share observations that Americans can learn from more “traditional societies” around the world when it comes to the treatment of older people, says Mehrdad Ayati, a Stanford University geriatrician, who grew up in Iran. Arriving ...READ MORE
Peninsula Volunteers Receives two Grants from Sequoia Healthcare District

July 1, 2015-Menlo Park, CA—Two grants totaling $155,00 have been awarded by the Sequoia Healthcare District today to Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. for its Meals on Wheels (MOW) program and Rosener House Adult Day Services. “These two generous grants will help us continue to fund our hugely successful Meals on Wheels program and our Rosener House ...READ MORE

What's Coming

 

Save the Date for Dine-Out for Meals on Wheels - CLICK HERE for more details!

 

 

Save The Date!

Peninsula Volunteers, Inc.

25th Annual Author's Salon

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Sharon Golf & Country Club

 

 

 

Press Releases

Teens Make a Difference at Rosener House

Rosener House in Menlo Park has created an outlet for teenagers to help their community.  This adult day care home has given teens the opportunity to interact with adults who suffer from conditions such as Alzheimer's and dementia.

 

Meals on Wheels Receives Recognition and Grant from Meals on Wheels America

The Meals on Wheels program with Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. (PVI) has received national recognition in the form of a grant from Meals on Wheels America to thank the organization for its participation in the 13th Annual March for Meals campaign. 

Student beats summertime blues by volunteering

Community businesses support and spread the word of "Meals on Wheels" to the community

"Meals on Wheels" Receives "Subaru Share the Love" Grant

Community businesses support and spread the word of "Meals on Wheels" to the community

Peninsula Volunteers honored for over 4,000 service hours

Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. is an original partner with RSVP

Community Event - Mayors Community Champions for Meals

Civic leaders bring awareness of Meals on Wheels to community

Karae Lisle Appointed CEO for Peninsula Volunteers, Inc.

Nonprofit Organization’s New Leader brings Realization of Community Involvement

Music & Memory uplifts spirits of people with dementia

Rosener House is certified as a provider

Peninsula Volunteers Presents Sixth Annual Baubles Bangles and Bags Luncheon and Silent Auction

Event is Fundraiser for Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. Dedicated to Providing Quality Senior Services

Peninsula Volunteers Honored as "2014 Top-Rated Nonprofit"

GreatNonprofits.org Award is based on Positive Online Reviews

"Dine Out" October 14th Feeds Seniors in San Mateo County

Support local restaurants and make a differnce in the lives of Peninsula seniors.

Community Volunteer honored by RSVP for over 4,000 service hours

Retired journalist has served Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. for over 20 years

Peninsula Volunteers Receive County, Facebook Funding

Grants support two key programs important to Silicon Valley

Francis S. North Foundation Awards $10,000 to Menlo Park’s Peninsula Volunteers

Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. and Rosener House Adult Day Services each receive a $5,000 Grant.

Rotary Club of Menlo Park Grant to Meals on Wheels Helps Feed Seniors.

Over 1,500 meals served weekly by Peninsula Volunteers Inc., Meals on Wheels.

Volunteers in Action Day benefits Rosener House Adult Day Services

Allstate Insurance makes difference for seniors.

Sequoia Healthcare District Grants to Meals on Wheels & Rosener House
Peninsula Volunteers receives funding through Caring Community Grant program. 
Pacific Union Realty Donates $5K

Realtors Champion Peninsula Volunteers Adult Day Health Program

Authors Salon 2014

Luncheon raises almost $65,000 for critical senior services.

Mayors for Meals 2014

Mayors and officials from across south San Mateo County deliver Meals on Wheels to their constitutents.

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