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Meet SVP Tampa Bay Class of 2020: Saving Our Seniors

Megan Holmes

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Click the play button to hear from Kelli Casto of Saving Our Seniors. 

In the coming weeks, the St. Pete Catalyst will introduce each of the organizations competing in the 2020 Social Venture Partners Fast Pitch. This two-month program has brought together the best and brightest of Tampa Bay’s nonprofit world for a training and mentoring program that culminates in an exciting pitch night.

Get your tickets 50% off for the Feb. 20 SVP Fast Pitch with our special St. Pete Catalyst offer here. (code already applied!)

Meet Saving Our Seniors.

Saving Our Seniors was born out of founder Kelli Casto’s experience as a licensed occupational therapist assistant. Casto was seeing seniors floundering in the gap between their insurance coverage and their out-of-pocket limitations. Casto, a one-woman nonprofit provides medical equipment, incontinence supplies and other necessary items to seniors living below the poverty line. She services Pinellas, Manatee, Pasco, Sarasota and Hillsborough counties.

Casto founded Saving Our Seniors in 2016 in her one bedroom apartment. She began collecting gently used medical equipment and soon found that her apartment wasn’t large enough to hold it. She moved from a garage to a storage unit to a warehouse. Since 2016, Casto has helped more than 3,000 seniors and distributed 20,000 pieces of medical equipment in the Tampa Bay area.

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