OSC Mission Statement
Our mission is to promote the general wellbeing of the Oswegoland Senior Community by honoring and serving our Seniors while providing an environment that improves quality of life and extends independent living.
Last year, we served over 1,500 seniors ages 55-101, spanning five decades of individuals and generations of family, friends and community.
199 individuals ages 10-90 provided over 17,000 hours of volunteer service; creating volunteer opportunities for 9 decades of community members to work together in community service.
Our 2016 annual report includes:
- FY15 Budget
- Persons & Services FY15
- Volunteer Contributions
- Community Partners
- How OSC Gives Back
Past Annual Reports: