Our beginners technology program helping older adults learn how to better use their cell phones and tablets. We call these sessions “Technology PopUps”, and they are free to older adults.
We truly are excited about the possibility of partnering with you to enrich the lives of the older adults in your congregation or community.
When Senior Adults participate in a PopUp:
-Older adults meet at the Mobile Unit parked in their immediate community.
-Typically, one Technology PopUp is scheduled per week.
-Senior Adults need to sign up in advance to participate.
-Each senior can have a 45-minute session, one-on-one instruction regarding their Apple or Android handheld device (phone or tablet).
Hosting a Technology PopUp:
If you would like your church or business to be a partnering service location in your immediate community, this is what you would supply:
-Clear, safe, flat, paved space for a 40’ Mobile Unit to park from 9am - 4pm on a weekday.
-Use of your bathroom facilities.
-Provide lunch at 11:50am for (4-5) Mobile Tech Staff.
-Please consider a donation to our gas fund. Suggested at $250+.
Clay Today: Seniors on a Mission
Nonprofit Seniors on a Mission teaches elderly modern technology
By Nick Blank firstname.lastname@example.org
Murphy’s Law refers to the concept where technology is expected to reduce in size, grow in productivity and
be more efficient, but it moves so fast that what's new now may be obsolete by the time it takes to get
To some, learning a new phone is like grasping a new limb. A Jacksonville faith-based nonprofit, Seniors on a
Mission, is armed with a bus and volunteers to help seniors with just that in Clay County.