Cocoa, FL – Aging Matters in Brevard is hosting a fundraising cruise to benefit their Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), part of America’s largest network of volunteers age 55+.  Guests will set sail January 4-7, 2019 on a spectacular 3-night cruise from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas aboard Royal Caribbean’s Enchantment of the Seas.  Experience tropical bliss in Nassau and visit stunning CocoCay, a beautiful private island paradise.  Relax at one of the ship’s three pools and four whirlpools, or delight in a tranquil moment at the full-service salon and spa.  Savor a five-course gourmet dinner at the Chef’s Table restaurant, followed by nightly live entertainment.  Enjoy a fabulous private cocktail reception exclusively for Aging Matters’ guests!

 

Help reach the goal of booking 50 cabins by October 31, 2018 and Royal Caribbean will donate $10,000 to support the RSVP program! This event is open to the public, guests do not have to be a member of RSVP to cruise.  Price per person (based on double occupancy, including taxes and fees): Interior Cabin $500, Ocean View Cabin $550, Balcony Cabin $650.  For more information, please contact Sherri Law at Aging Matters in Brevard, 321-806-3767 or slaw@agingmattersbrevard.org.  For cruise reservations, please contact Daphne Lacy at Travel by Ginny, 321-632-5610 or daphne@travelbyginny.com.  

 

Aging Matters in Brevard (www.agingmattersbrevard.org) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization recognized by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs and the Area Agency on Aging as the Lead Agency for senior services in Brevard County.  Established in 1965, Aging Matters in Brevard’s mission is to promote and maintain independence and maximize quality of life for the citizens of Brevard County, particularly the elderly and disabled.  Services are funded by federal, state, and local grants (eligibility requirements may apply). Private pay services are also available.