We are proud to announce our sponsorship of the 2018 Urban Ministries Tour D'Coop on June 2.
The event raises non-perishable food and money for Urban Ministries, a Raleigh-based non-profit that provides essential services to close to 20,000 Triangle residents each year. Coop owners and the tour organizers volunteer their time to promote back yard poultry and urban farming.
As a caregiver, be sure you have access to your loved one's documents. A second person should be added to a safe deposit box. If vital documents are missing, order certified copies/replacements. There are resources online to obtain replacement Medicare cards, military records, birth certificates, ec...
The 2018 Tour D'Coop is two weeks from today! Start planning which coops you are going to visit by using our map that shows the approximate location of each coop. Click on the locations to find out more about the coop. tourdcoop.urbanmin.org/2018-coops-map/
All proceeds from Tour D'Coop benefit Urban Ministries of Wake County
Advanced Directives are a record of someone's medical preferences that should be created early on in the caregiving process. There are two types of Advance Directives, a living will and power of attorney. A loved one will need to complete this documents and provide their health agents copies.