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About Us

For them. For us. For you.


To Impact and Improve the Lives of low-Income seniors experiencing a crisis or hardship.


Creating a community where every senior has the basic needs and resources to live a life with dignity and self-respect.

What Kind of Care Do We Provide?

The SUFS board of directors reviews each request for assistance on a case-by-case basis. Based on the specific needs of the senior, assistance may be provided in the form of:

  • Medical equipment

  • Medical supplies

  • Medical services

  • Basic needs (utilities, rent, property taxes)

  • Referrals to community resources or government aid

  • Transportation

  • And more

Are you, or is someone you know, a local senior in need? Apply Now:

Phoenix Arizona Senior Care
non profits for seniors
Phoenix Arizona Chartities for Seniors
local charities

A Message from the Founders

The inspiration for starting Stepping Up for Seniors came from a memorable trip to Kenscoff, Haiti. We traveled to Haiti with an organization called Chances for Children with the goal of spending time with the kids from a local orphanage and learning more about the culture. We got that opportunity and so much more.

During the trip, we were introduced to a group called OPEPA, which assists seniors in need. Given the extreme poverty in Haiti, the local seniors had many needs. After spending the afternoon with these folks, we assured them we would return.

The following year we were able to return with a team of volunteer nurses, and two of our own children. The OPEPA seniors came from all over Haiti, some walking miles and miles to get to our location. We spent the afternoon feeding this group, handing out clothes, and providing a large number of medical evaluations and treatments. What an amazing experience. On the way back to the states, we began to discuss how we could serve in a similar fashion here in the U.S. That’s when the idea for Stepping Up for Seniors was conceived. Our hope is that this organization will touch the lives of many seniors in need.

Thank you in advance for your interest and support. 

Todd Nuckols and Jeff Giedt


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