Aging Solutions Foundation

Mission of Aging Solutions

Aging Solutions’ priority is to support the health and safety of vulnerable older adults and people with disabilities and help keep them living independently at home. Aging Solutions provides support to the 15,000 individuals receiving case management through the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging (COAAA) and provides emergency financial assistance for one-time rent, security deposits, and utilities, as well as food, prescriptions, medical purchases and safety repairs, fans and space heaters, and other essential support.

Your Support Helps Vulnerable Older Adults & Individuals with Disabilities Remain Independent

Your donation to Aging Solutions helps older adults and people with disabilities maintain their health and safety. One hundred percent of your donation is dedicated to services and supports that help keep people living independently at home, whether they live alone or with a relative in a house, apartment or senior building, were formerly in a nursing facility, or were homeless and are now moving into their own place. 

There are times when a small amount of financial support can make a big difference.  Many of the consumers served by COAAA have limited income or are required to have limited income to receive services. They occasionally have urgent needs that are not covered by any other funding source.

Aging Solutions tax ID number is 02-0595200. 

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Donate to Aging Solutions through PayPal

Donate by Check

Mail your donation to:
Aging Solutions
3776 South High Street
Columbus OH 43207

Donate Through the Kroger Community Rewards Program

Link your Kroger Shopper’s Card to Aging Solutions and Aging Solutions will earn money. 

How to link your Kroger Shopper’s Card with Aging Solutions:

  1. Go to
  2. Create or log in to your digital Kroger account.
  3. Link your Shopper’s Card ID# and phone number to Aging Solutions (you can search by organization name or enter KY367; then click Enroll).
  4. Swipe your card or enter your alternate ID at the Kroger cash register and your qualified purchases will be credited to Aging Solutions.

When you use your Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account, future qualified purchases will be credited to Aging Solutions, at no added cost to you. When minimum quarterly rebate amount has been achieved, Aging Solutions will receive a check from Kroger!

The Community Rewards page is found at bottom of the Savings menu or at

Please note that solicitation to the general public and on social media is prohibited and is grounds for exclusion from the program. Please invite friends and family by personal invitation only (i.e., by email, not on Facebook).

Donate Through Wish List Purchases

Individuals can support Aging Solutions by purchasing items from our wish lists, which includes cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, and other household items that are beyond the budget of many individuals receiving services through Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging. The list includes a variety of items and price points. Purchases from the wish list conserve funds to support emergency rent and utility requests.




Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 Aging Solutions Raffle!
All funds raised help COAAA’s consumers stay safe and healthy at home

This year's fundraising raffle had seven exciting prizes and raised thousands of dollars to help COAAA consumers stay healthy and safe at home. 

2022 Prize Winners:

Grand Prize - $1000 Amazon gift card: Suzan Jackson
2nd Prize - Columbus Zoo basket: Melissa McMillan
3rd Prize - Columbus Crew package: Tracy Bragg
4th Prize - Date Night Dinner experience: MaryAnn Wallace
5th Prize - Relaxation and Self-Care package: Robyn Curry
6th Prize - Team Coffee Break: Theresa Sullivan
7th Prize - A Work Week of Lunches: Jessica Bero

Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets to support Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging consumers.

Special thanks to the following for donating items to the raffle: Kevin A. Craine, Mary Donahue & Camp Family, Cindy Farson, Jane Taylor, Columbus Zoo & Aquarium, Columbus Crew, Groovy Plants Ranch, Nothing Bundt Cake at Lennox Town Center, YOHI - Yoga on High.

100 percent of the funds raised through the raffle support consumers of the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging. Aging Solutions provides financial assistance with rent, utilities, household items, and personal supplies.

Holiday Gift Drive

The Holiday Gift Drive provides COAAA consumers with gifts at the end of the year. For many of the individuals who receive a gift, it’s the only present they get at the holidays. COAAA case managers identify people they serve and verify what they wish for; often it is items such as blankets, winter coats, bedding, towels, and other minor luxuries or everyday necessities. Donors are matched to requests and fulfill their Secret Santa duties in early December.

In 2022, approximately 1,500 gifts were given by donors through Chase, Nationwide, AEP, Besa, Fleet Feet Columbus, and more. The kindness and generosity of these donors bring smiles to the people served by COAAA and staff members.

The Holiday Gift Drive was started in 2006 by Judy Camp, a registered nurse who dedicated her life to the care of senior citizens. She was inspired to start the gift program because of a thank you note she received from a nursing home resident who had received a Christmas card from Camp. In the first year of the program, Camp and her daughter Mary Donahue sponsored gifts for 100 seniors. The gift drive has continued to grow each year and is an amazing legacy of Judy Camp, who passed away in 2010. It is a labor of love for Donahue, who is an Aging Solutions board member and continues to provide leadership to the program in honor of her mother.  


Aging Solutions thanks Altrusa International, Inc. of Columbus, Ohio for their financial and volunteer support. Altrusa International, Inc. is a worldwide service association of business and professional people who want to perform valuable community service and enjoy the company of fellow members. Altrusa Columbus was chartered in 1918 to provide an opportunity for professional and executive women to perform community service while giving them the opportunity to build relationships with women of similar backgrounds who were working in a variety of industries and professions. During the pandemic, Altrusans started a greeting card project to bring friendly notes to COAAA's consumers who may be isolated. 


Board Members

Aging Solutions is led by board members David Anderson (treasurer), Jerry Borin, Kevin Craine, Esq., Mary Donahue, and Jane Taylor (board president).