We Are Neighbors Helping Neighbors...
ElderNet of Lower Merion and Narberth is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1976 by representatives of community, religious and governmental groups. ElderNet serves adults of all ages, especially frail older or younger disabled persons with low to moderate incomes who reside in Lower Merion or Narberth.
ElderNet helps older neighbors remain independent and provides a variety of free, practical services so they have access to healthcare, food security, and an improved quality of life. ElderNet also provides information to individuals who need assistance with housing, nursing care, or other necessities.
ElderNet is staffed by professional social workers and trained volunteers. ElderNet receives funds from community residents, Montgomery County Office on Aging and Adult Services, Lower Merion Township, the Borough of Narberth, national foundations, businesses, churches, synagogues and other groups.
ElderNet is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. A copy of our official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling the toll free number, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement. See ElderNet's 990 HERE.
Meet the Team
ElderNet is staffed by licensed social workers and degreed professionals. All staff are available for information and referrals. Brandon Trombetta is on call with the Lower Merion Police Department to help with homeless issues.
Brandon Trombetta, M.S.W.
Alex Fisher, L.M.S.W.
Care Management Supervisor
Digital Media and Projects Specialist
Kristy Hopkins M.H.S.
Case manager and Intake Coordinator
Finance and Administration Manager
Currently Looking to fill this position
Food Pantry Coordinator
Board of Directors
ElderNet is currently accepting nominations for potential Board Members. ElderNet strives to have a Board comprised of Board Members who each deliver a unique set of skills. To complement the capabilities of our dedicated board, we are actively looking for individuals with an interest in the following:
Development: Corporate sponsorship and major donors
Advocacy: Issues generally related to seniors
Marketing: Educating constituents and volunteers about our mission
The Board meets on a monthly basis (with the exception of the summer) and works via a committee structure providing guidance in areas of professional expertise. If you or someone you know is a good candidate for the ElderNet Board, we would love to hear from you. Nominations may be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the individual's name and contact information.
Lisa Adoni Consultant
Martha M. Buccino President, Retired Nonprofit Executive
Beth Drapkin First Vice President, Healthcare Advocate
Kathy Esibill Retired Educator/Volunteer
Greg Kelleher Treasurer, Retired Nonprofit Financial Executive/Volunteer
Maureen Hennessey, Ed. D. Director/Community Health Equity/Bryn Mawr Hospital
Rev. James Pollard Professor/Community
Zak Pyzik Secretary, Communication Director
Joy Beller Shore Second Vice President, Vice President, Care Management Programs Abramson Center for Jewish Life
William Trask, Esq. Lawyer
Cynthia Wishkovsky, MSSA, LSW Consultant – Eldercare / Non-profit management
Anne Wasserstrom Retired Program Planner NY State Government/Volunteer