If you are a caregiver,  you need our website.
If you can't do what you used to do, you need our website. 

Do you and your loved ones....

  • Feel frustrated and helpless?
  • Need support with returning your loved home during the pandemic?
  • Miss trips to visit your loved one in their community?

Love Thy Neighbor is here to provide the support and resources on our website during these uncertain times during COVID19.

Love Thy Neighbor Foundation has found that a lack of
 awareness of available services to be more of a
 barrier than the unavailability of services.

We have reached out to our community resources to give our families and their loved one's support and options. Whether you are looking for ideas to keep connected, looking for resources at the Federal, State or Local level or are looking to transition your loved one's safely home during this uncertain time, we have listed options below to help

Search by Service needed or call 414-562-6666.

There are tens of thousands of senior citizens living in Milwaukee County, many not aware of resources available to them. The Love Thy Neighbor Foundation addresses, educates, and coordinates information to provide options for seniors to successfully age in place. Love Thy Neighbor workshops can improve the quality of life for seniors by facilitating adult learning on community resources.

The Love Thy Neighbor Foundation was founded in 2016 by a senior, Al Emmons of Greendale. Al recently lost his wife of 56 years.  He wants to “give back” or “pay forward” as he feels blessed in his life.  He has a passion for this goal of keeping seniors independent. Love Thy Neighbor Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit corporation, 501(c) (3) serving Southeast Wisconsin whose purpose is to address, educate, coordinate and provide options for seniors that want to stay home as part of their fulfillment program as they age.

Please continue to keep your loved one safe in their community as you look for solutions.
Continue to follow all public health recommendations to reduce the spread of COVID 19.