Who Is Eligible?
Age, residency and current membership are the only criteria. If you are at least 65 years of age and live within aproximately three miles of the Jewish Community Center campus in Creve Coeur, you may be a St. Louis NORC resident. Call 442-3859 to see if your address falls within our boundaries.
NORC Member Benefits Include:
Note: Membership is based on a calendar year, January through December. Dues are not pro-rated. Financial assistance is contingent upon availability of funds.
NORC is a program of Jewish Federation of St. Louis. NORC has collaborative partnerships with the following:.
St. Louis NORC is a program originally funded by the U.S. Administration on Aging and currently supported by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and is coordinated by the Jewish Federation of St. Louis.
NORC Volunteer Opportunities
Help Older Adults. An hour of your time could make all the difference in an older adult’s life. NORC is a non-sectarian program of the Jewish Federation and offers exciting, meaningful opportunities for you to help others.
Volunteers are needed to help with minor home repairs and assistance, yard work, computer training/troubleshooting and much more.
Map of the St. Louis NORC
Karen Berry Elbert, MSW
St. Louis NORC Manager
NORC Volunteer Coordinator
St. Louis NORC Outreach & Support Specialist
Laura Press Millner
St. Louis NORC Activities Coordinator
Peggy Neufeld, Ph.D.,
St. Louis NORC Research & Community Liaison