You can be involved in activities of HCoA by becoming a member, volunteering, or making a donation.
Become a Member
Support HCoA, Become a Member!
For only $5 a year for individuals and $75 for businesses and organizations, you can become an official member with HCoA!
Benefits of Becoming a Member
- Receive updates and information about upcoming events and activities! Become an HCoA insider and be in the know about HCoA activities and seniors issues in the City!
- Let your voice be heard! Members shall have the right to attend meetings; to advise the Council through the Executive and the Board on matters relevant to the objects of the Council; to stand for office; to vote at all general meetings including the Annual General Meeting. Each individual and organization member is entitled to one vote.
Volunteer with Us
Discover Rewarding Volunteer Opportunities with HCOA!
With our many different programs and no shortage of things to do, there are a wide-variety of volunteer opportunities with HCoA:
- Join a Committee
- Help with Special Events
- Become a Senior Peer Leader
- So much more
If you have time to give and are interested in working with us, we would love to hear from you!
Make a Donation
The Hamilton Council on Aging is a senior-driven organization that was founded in 2006 by a group of concerned citizens. The Council is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of all seniors in Hamilton. We envision an age-friendly community that respects and values its older adults, and provides them with the opportunity to participate fully in society.
If you would like to help our cause by making a donation, please click here.
For more information about opportunities with HCoA, please contact us!
In the News
- Older Adult Peer Connector points the way to services for Hamilton seniors,” By: Dr. Margaret Denton (Hamilton Mountain News, February 10, 2017)
- “Hamilton’s Plan for Successful Aging,” By: Dr. Margaret Denton (The Hamilton Spectator, June 23, 2016)
- “Edward Dunn is Hamilton’s Senior of the Year” Claudette Joseph is the recipient of the Diversity and Cultural Award (The Hamilton Spectator, June 14, 2016)
- “Federal Funding to Help Tackle Social Isolation Among Seniors” (The Hamilton Spectator, June 12, 2016)
- “‘Best place to age successfully’ vision tops Hamilton’s age-friendly planning” (The Hamilton Spectator, June 7, 2016)