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Naborforce

As folks age, they often rely on family members to help with chores, run errands, drive them to the beauty parlor or doctor, prepare meals, even sometimes reprogram their remote controls. But what do older adults do when family isn’t around to lend a hand? Richmond, Virginia, startup Naborforce, has come up with a solution to connect older people to a network of vetted and insured community members it calls “Nabors.” These Nabors are largely empty nesters, schoolteachers and retirees who are eager to help on demand. Founder and Chief Executive Paige Wilson says such Nabors are people “seeking purpose and connections in their own lives.” They also can earn some extra income.

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Interested in learning more?

Join the 1,000's who trust Naborforce

Note: Please enter the zip code of the person who would be receiving services.

See how quick, safe, and easy it is to get a helping hand