Chesapeake Task Force on Aging

Focusing on Quality of Life for Seniors in our Community


Mission and Purpose
The Chesapeake Task Force on Aging is a non-profit organization consisting of business professional members and local citizens who are focused on the “Quality of Life” for seniors in our community. CTFOA was established as a forum to share information and resources, promote advocacy, education and training and to serve as legislative activists for seniors.

In an effort to identify the needs of the elderly population and investigate new and innovative ideas in which to enrich their lives, CTFA’s goals include the following:

• To serve as a coordinating body for various agencies, groups and citizens interested in the older adult
• Promote cooperation and communication within the community
• Encourage education and understanding of special needs of older adults
• Act as advocates on behalf of the older adult population
• Address legislative actions
• Cultivate public education and awareness programs concerning older adult services and issues
• Offer an opportunity for networking and resource sharing with members


Membership Info

If you are passionate about promoting quality of life for Seniors in our community, we invite you to join us in our efforts to affect positive change.

All interested persons may apply for membership. Individuals need not be affiliated with a business or Senior agency to become a member. The Chesapeake Task Force on Aging accepts individual and business members.

Potential members may attend up to two meetings before joining.

Annual Dues
Individual: $40/year
Business: $100/year (allows up to four representatives)
Senior: $20/year (For Chesapeake residents over 65 years of age, not affiliated with a company.)

Membership Info

Pay or Renew Your Dues


  • Annual Membership dues for an individual. Membership runs January-December. Individual memberships are non-transferable and apply to the individual for whom it was purchased.

Senior Membership

  • Annual membership for members of the Chesapeake community that are 65 years of age or older, and not associated with a business.

Business Membership

  • Business Membership allows up to four (4) representatives to attend membership meetings and be afforded voting rights. The Business Membership is transferable within the annual dues paying year when a business representative changes.


CTFOA Board of Directors with
Guest Speaker, Delegate Cliff Hayes, Jr.

Meetings are held the first Friday of every month from 8:30am-10am. Locations vary.

We are always looking for educational speakers and meeting hosts.  If you are interested in speaking, or in hosting a meeting to allow Seniors professionals to learn more about your place of business, contact our Vice Chair, Vivian Henderson.

Note: Potential members may attend up to two meetings before joining.

Get info for upcoming meetings.

Upcoming Meetings

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  • 2/7/2020 08:52 AM
  • 933 Cedar Road, Chesapeake, VA, USA

We invite you to join us for our monthly membership meeting on Friday, February 7, hosted by our friends at Lighthouse Pointe. Breakfast & networking from 8:30am-9am. Business meeting from 9am-10am. Please RSVP so we can provide our gracious host a count. As a reminder, you are allowed to attend up to two meetings before joining.

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  • 1/16/2020 08:30 AM - 1/16/2020 10:30 AM
  • 5033 Rouse Drive, Virginia Beach, VA, USA

Join us for our annual Joint Task Force meeting with special guest speakers, Steve Zollos, CEO, Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia and Bill Massey, CEO, Peninsula Agency on Aging.

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  • 12/6/2019 08:30 AM - 12/6/2019 10:00 AM
  • 301 Clearfield Avenue, Chesapeake, VA, USA

Join us for our last membership meeting of the year!

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