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Bringing Joy To Older Adults

Thank you for visiting our website. We are currently raising funds to build a community center in the Cypress area for seniors. Additionally, we are looking for other nonprofits organizations or business partners to join us in our mission to bring joy to older adults through their talents, services or financial contributions.

Who We Are

We are a faith based nonprofit organization combating social isolation in older adults by providing them with programs to enrich their lives focusing on their physical, cognitive, emotional, spiritual and social needs.

Who We Serve

Joy of Living Club serves, Independent, functional seniors over 60 years of age, who are:

  • Able to eat and drink on their own
  • Able to walk and exercise with limits set by MDs
  • If homebound, they are able to use Senior Card Rides/Metro lifts/Carpool/ have a family member drop them off at the Center
  • If clients have a mobility impairment, they should only need supervision assistance
    • Clients may have the followings DMEs:
      • Cane, rollator walker, wheelchair or motorized wheelchair/scooter
    • Clients must be able to use the bathroom by themselves
  • Functional individuals as determined by a cognitive screening tool such as the MoCA test
  • May have a medical diagnosis of MILD cognitive impairment/dementia/early Parkinson’s
  • Willing to come and participate in activities
  • Clients may have a psychiatric diagnosis of dysthymia, depression, and/or anxiety
  • Be compliant with their medications

Our Core Values


We want to be an extension of God’s hands and reach as many seniors as we possibly can


We want to exchange sorrow for hope in every encounter we have with you


We want to provide seniors with a place they can belong and where they will make lasting friendships that will become family.


“It’s in giving that we receive” (St. Francis of Assisi) We will humbly serve you, share our time and talents with you to make every day a special day.


“Give thanks in all circumstances” (Thessalonians 5:16-18). A thankful heart has a more positive outlook in life.

Our Programs


Stay active with exercise classes, outdoor activities, and health workshops.


Keep your mind sharp with memory games, book clubs, and educational workshops.


Find support through group sessions, art therapy, and counseling services.


Nourish your spirit with meditation, faith-based discussions, and spiritual counseling.


Build connections through social events, interest groups, and volunteer opportunities.

Contact Us

We would love to speak with you.
Feel free to reach out using the details below.