Big Hearts for Seniors presents ‘Big Hearted Stories: Experiences of Aging’

July 23, 2020  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

On July 30, Big Hearts for Seniors (BHS) will virtually present “Big Hearted Stories: Experiences of Aging.”

This engaging program will provide a platform for talented storytellers to share their powerful, true life experiences. These compelling stories will bring laughter, inspiration and maybe even a few tears. 

Big Hearts for Seniors was formed to support critical services for aging community members. This collaborative is comprised of five community non-profit programs serving older adults: Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, Housing Bureau for Seniors, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Silver Club Memory Programs and the Turner Senior Wellness Program. These programs help seniors access home-delivered meals, sustainable housing options, support to remain independent, learning in retirement opportunities, relief from social isolation and programs for those with dementia.

Since 2006, Big Hearts for Seniors has raised sponsor support funds and generous community donations through various events including the Big House/Big Heart races, silent auctions and documentary film screenings. All funds raised are used to provide needed services to older adults.

All members of the Michigan Medicine community are invited to attend Big Hearted Stories!

When: 7 p.m., Thursday, July 30

Where: An online virtual event. Register to attend or donate by clicking here.

Cost: Free, though donations encouraged

For more information: Contact Shannon Etcheverry, director, Silver Club Programs, 734-998-9352 or