An Elder Enrichment Program serving Boulder County Senior Citizens

Welcome to Circle of Care Project

hugs-(2)Circle of Care is an Elder Enrichment Program serving Boulder County Senior Citizens.

We are a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing accessibility to the arts, education and social/civic opportunities for the homebound elder, senior facility residents and older adults with physical, cognitive and financial challenges.

Circle of Care develops creative, sustainable ways of Aging in Community.

“How does one keep from “growing old inside”?
Surely only in community. The only way to make friends with time is to stay friends with people. Taking community seriously not only gives us the companionship we need, it also relieves us of the notion that we are indispensable.” -Robert McAfee Brown



Circle of Care Members enjoy the Colorado Music Festival at Chautauqua ParkCircle of Care Members enjoy the Colorado Music Festival at Chautauqua Park

Recent News

Local Business Supports Local Cause to help Boulder County Citizens Age in Community

Boulder Colorado- Flatirons Subaru is making a donation today, March, 20 at 3:15PM at their dealership on Arapahoe Ave to the local nonprofit Circle of Care Project. The donation is the result of Subaru’s National Share the Love Event which Flatirons Subaru hopes will support Circle of Care to continue their work to help boomers and beyond remain active, healthy, engaged citizens in our community throughout their lifespan. Flatirons Subaru owners Dave Denu and Scott Crouch will join with Joan Raderman, Circle of Care founder and seniors and volunteers for the presentation today.



Shop for a Cause at Whole Foods/Ideal Market


We are so very grateful to everyone who supported an amazing week with Circle of Care! Our Whole Foods 5% Day was fun and a great success! Thanks to all who took the time to come and shop and volunteer. Our Flatirons Subaru Share the Love Presentation was heartfelt and filled with gratitude for their support. All of you play an essential part of building a community where older adults are included into the fabric of community life. Special thanks to Casey, Jan, Kathy,  Nancy, Sue, Ruth, Anita, Debby, Carol,  Ezra, Joanna, Donna, Linda, Orah, Margaret, Marge & Burl, Elaine, Jean, Andrea, Alice, Marie and all of you...we are very grateful for your participation!

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