Who We Are
The original Kershaw County Council on Aging constitution states that the organization's purpose is "to do the things that may be necessary, roper, or advantageous to promote the welfare of the Aging population of Kershaw County".
In 2014, with the help of St. John's United Methodist Church, the Kershaw County Council on Aging has delivered 23,851 meals to home-bound seniors
KCCOA has provided a place where seniors can enjoy social activity while also having a meal, of which there have been 11,102 of in the past year
The KCCOA has also provided 72,491 miles of transportation for senior essential services
The mission set for Kershaw County Council on Aging is to support Kershaw County Seniors to:
Enjoy an enhanced quality of life
Contribute to communities
Have economic security
Receive resources necessary to age independently with choice and dignity
The vision of Kershaw County Counil on Aging (KCCOA) is to offer programs that allow Kershaw County residents 60 years of age and older the opportunity to experience enhanced quality of life. Through our programs and services, we will build a Senior Community that thrives.