PROVIDING SMILES DURING             THE HOLIDAY SEASON SINCE 1981 

SUPPORT OUR SILVER STARS

​Each year we strive to ensure that seniors receive care packages complete with hygiene items, blankets, socks, gloves, books and other much needed items.


Our annual goal is to serve a maximum of 400 low-income and/or isolated senior citizens. We are seeking sponsors to take part in this endeavor by becoming a supporter of the Silver Stars Holiday Program.   

WISH LIST

Socks (male & female)
Blankets/throws
Toiletries
House shoes
Playing cards
Dominoes
Jumbo crossword puzzles & word searches

Jigsaw puzzles
Books
Manicure sets
Magnifying glass/readers
Stationery

Gloves, Scarves, Gloves, Hats

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If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of this program or require additional information please contact

Felicia Johnson at (817) 871-6606 or Abel Gonzalez at (817) 871-5821.

ELIGIBILITY

 

Be 60 years or older and live alone or with persons 60 or older

​Have income that is at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Level

Be homebound or isolated from family and/or community support

Reside in Tarrant County

HOW YOU CAN HELP 


​You are able to contribute in the following ways:





​Monetary Donations

Provide donations that will be used to purchase items for care packages. We accept cash or checks


Silver Stars Party With a Purpose
Host a party at a location of your choice to collect items to fill the care packages.  All items should be new and unopened.


Adopt a Senior Make a $25 donation. which provides a complete holiday care package for a senior. 

HOLIDAY PROGRAM FOR OUR SENIORS 60+


Silver Stars is an extension of Cowboy Santas Program, Inc., and provides holiday care packages to isolated, low-income Tarrant County elderly.


The holiday season is a time for family, happiness and joy. For many senior citizens it is a time of loneliness, isolation and sadness. Over 11% of Tarrant County’s population is comprised of adults age 60 or older and of this, 10% live below 150% of the federal poverty line (United Way 2007).  

Senior citizens are faced with difficulty in meeting their basic needs on a limited income, lack much needed resources or isolated which can lead to severe depression.  As concerned citizens it is important that we remember to care for our elderly family, friends and neighbors

​Since 1998, the City of Fort Worth through its Community Action Partners Program, has committed to serving these vulnerable seniors by ensuring that they are remembered during the holiday season.

Seniors, deemed homebound and/or isolated from community support, are identified through partnerships with local social services agencies, nursing facilities, and community organizations across Tarrant County and brought into the program.  



SilverStars Volunteering


If you are interested in volunteering in handing out baskets or sorting out items for seniors, please fill out this form below.

Holiday gift bags donated by