Organizations We Support

Saba Home Healthcare works closely with local service organizations that align with our values and passion, here in the Toms River area and surrounding counties. The links to the websites for these organizations appear below. We encourage you to visit and get involved in their mission to help those in need throughout the Jersey Shore and beyond.

Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey, proudly supported by Saba Home Health Care, is a compassionate interfaith nonprofit agency committed to enhancing the lives of the frail elderly and home-bound individuals in Northern Ocean and Southern Monmouth Counties. Since its inception in 1993, the organization has been dedicated to fostering independence and dignity for those aged 60 and above or family caregivers who are no longer driving.

With a vision to create a world where elders and caregivers are honored, the organization operates through the dedication of over 1,200 volunteers, collaborating with more than 60 local organizations to serve thousands of seniors annually. Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey provides crucial services that enable seniors to remain in their homes, offering a vital safety net for the community’s elderly population. The organization is sustained by grants, donations, and the support of the families it assists, reflecting its unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those it serves.

Ms. Sakirat Salu, Vice President of Saba Home Care Inc. Shown also are President Mike Frankovich (right) and Board Member Dion Johnson (center)

The Toms River Rotary Club, of which Saba Home Health Care is an active member and supporter, is a dynamic local service organization with a mission to enhance the community through charitable giving, volunteerism, and crisis response. Comprising business, professional, and community leaders dedicated to the values of Rotary International, the club actively promotes peace, fights disease, supports education, and addresses various global challenges.

With a rich history dating back to its charter in 1951, the Rotary of Toms River has been instrumental in both local and international projects, ranging from medical support to disaster relief. The club remains committed to service, embodying the Rotary International Four Way Test and working towards creating positive, lasting change in the world. For those interested in joining or learning more about the Rotary of Toms River, reaching out to the club is encouraged, with meetings open to all who share the vision of making a difference.