Our Mission

Enabling seniors and individuals with disabilities to remain independent in their home.

Who We Are

Established in 1993, Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization located in Grafton, Wisconsin. Our mission is enabling seniors and individuals with disabilities to remain independent in their home. Our goal is to help our clients maintain a healthy lifestyle. Have a question?  Check out our FAQs.

What We Do

Interfaith Caregivers volunteers give their time to help neighbors by providing simple assistance, such as:

  • Transportation to medical and therapy appointments, in-and-out of Ozaukee County.
  • Grocery shopping and errand-running
  • Friendly visits
  • Reassuring phone calls
  • Respite Care–enhanced friendly visits (non-medical services)

Who We Can Help

Interfaith helps any senior (60 or older) and individual with disabilities living in Ozaukee County, regardless of race, religious belief, sexual orientation, gender identity or economic status. You do not have to be a member of a faith community to receive service.

Click here for a Client Application (Please complete one application per person).


A message from the Executive Director

Paul J. Schultz, NHA

Executive Director 

Enabling seniors and individuals with disabilities to remain independent in their home.

This is the simple, yet very important mission of Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County. Interfaith Ozaukee would not be able to accomplish this mission if it were not for our many generous community volunteers who give freely of their time to assist our seniors and individuals with disabilities (IWD) in need.

At first glance, the free services Interfaith Ozaukee volunteers provide to our seniors and IWD in many respects seem rather modest. Yet, these everyday tasks that you and I often take for granted, can mean the difference between residing comfortably and safely in their own home, or necessitating a move into an all too often cold and costly institutional setting.

As we know and see all around us, our senior and disabled population continues to grow, and so does the need for volunteers to provide these simple yet incredibly important services.

Interfaith clients may be your family, friends, or neighbors, and they are a very important part of the social fabric of our community. There is never a commitment when volunteering with Interfaith Ozaukee, so whether you volunteer an hour a day, an hour a week, or an hour a month, any amount of time you have to donate is truly appreciated. 

Who knows, you may end up like many of our volunteers wondering why they didn’t begin volunteering sooner!


Special thanks to the foundations and agencies who support our programs.

Our Team




Contact Us

  Ozaukee Nonprofit Center
      2360 Dakota Drive
     Grafton, WI 53024

  Office Hours: Mon-Fri | 9a.m. – 3p.m

   262 – 376 - 5362

Quick Links


About us

Become a Volunteer

AmeriCorps Seniors

Ozaukee Resources

Support our Work

To support the mission of Interfaith Ozaukee, gifts are welcome in many forms including both lifetime gifts and bequests after death.