Community Support

AGED’s Guardianship Benevolent Fund

AGED Guardianship Benevolent FundThe AGED Guardianship Benevolent Fund is a program developed to help Guardians and Attorneys receive payment for services provided to indigent guardianship clients who do not have the funds to pay for services.

To learn more about our requirements for this program, please visit our Forms page, and locate the section titled “Guardianship Benevolent Fund Documents.”

Current County Funding as of August 15, 2022

***Funding is county specific, and availability of funds varies by county.***

Broward County $58,431.39

Clay County $184,228.05

Columbia County $16,240.00

Dade County $7,352.33

Hernando County 34,017.19

Lake County $158,470.69

Leon County $29,477.08

Madison County $412.18

Marion County $41,941.72

Orange County $82,586.28

Osceola County $170,518.90

Palm Beach County $41,789.26

Polk County $169,231.04

Santa Rosa County $2,614.50

Seminole County $154,121.71

Sumter County $96.44

Volusia County $30,951.28

Total Funding for All Counties $1,182,480.04

Over $1.5 Million Has Gone to Support Indigent Guardianship in the State of Florida!


Other Community Support

Additionally, part of AGED’s mission is to provide resources and training on seniors and disability issues to the community at large. As such, AGED is a proud sponsor of the following organizations:

Best Buddies 

The mission of Best Buddies is to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

One Senior Place

One Senior Place is a one-stop resource and shopping center that provides information, counseling and referrals, events and activities, and direct access to independent providers of senior products and services – all under one roof.

Seniors Intervention Group 

The Seniors Intervention Group is a partnership between local faith-based organizations and the fire and police departments of the seven Seminole County cities.

South Orlando Rowing Association (SORA)

SORA provides rowing opportunities to all Central Florida residents and visitors. Their goal is to promote the sport of rowing as an inclusive sport, welcoming all athletes including those with physical and intellectual disabilities.

AGED is proud to sponsor a boat for disabled individuals to use in SORA’s adaptive rowing program. This vessel has been named “The Advocate”. Click here to read more about AGED’s donation.

Here are some additional links about Adaptive Rowing, in case you are interested in learning more.

The Jewish Pavilion

The Jewish Pavilion enhances the lives of residents in independent, Assisted Living, and Skilled Nursing facilities throughout Central Florida by providing visitation, holiday festivities, inter-generational celebrations, musical programs, and educational courses. The staff and volunteers of The Jewish Pavilion visit seniors in over 50 different facilities.

Contact AGED

Phone: (407) 682-4111
Toll Free: (888) 277-1826
Fax: (407) 682-5511

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FL Public Guardianship Trust

AGED is the Administrative Trustee for The Florida Public Guardianship Pooled Special Needs Trust.

Click here for forms and additional information about this trust

Guardian Mentor Group

Have you heard about the Guardian Peer Support & Mentor Group? It’s a group for Professional Guardians in Florida to share resources, discuss challenges, and uncover creative solutions to difficult issues in an effort to help and support one another in a challenging and unique profession.

Learn more about the Guardian Peer Support & Mentor Group by visiting







CHG Program

Have you heard about AGED’s newest program, the Community & Hospital Guardianship (CHG) program?

We connect patients with Guardians to get them “unstuck” from a hospital or facility.

Learn more about CHG by visiting

Community & Hospital Guardianship Program






Florida Adaptive Sports

Have you heard about Florida Adaptive Sports? It’s an initiative started by AGED, aimed at enabling and empowering Florida’s disabled through sports.

Visit the Florida Adaptive Sports website to learn more!