Friends of the Hanover Council on Aging

The Friends of the Hanover Council on Aging is a non-profit organization formed in 1982 to support and enhance the services, activities and programs of the Hanover Council on Aging.

The Friends primary purpose is to raise money through membership dues, donations, and fundraising events, grant writing and to receive gifts and bequests. The Friends are instrumental in the continued success and expansion of the Council on Aging and all monies go to the programs and services that enhance the lives of Hanover senior residents.

The friends of the Hanover Council on Aging is very important to the success of the Hanover Senior Center and its ability to organize, implement, and create programs.  The added financial Support from the “Friends” continues to decrease the financial burden on the center. The dollars raised by the members goes a long way in purchasing needed items and subsidizing many programs.

Board Members

  • President, Dorothy Quinn
  • Vice President, Elaine Crowley
  • Members: Judy Barca, Doreen Giordani and Margee Rooney


View or download a printable Membership Contribution Form and become a member of the Friends of the Council on Aging.