Senior Services

Mission Statement

The Madison Senior Center is a community-based organization providing activities, services, and resources which enhance the quality of life and diverse needs and interests of older adults and their families.
Madison Civic Center building


Do you enjoy planning, fundraising, and working with the senior population? If so, we have the perfect volunteer opportunity for you! The Friends of the Madison Senior Center are looking for new members. 

Open positions include President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.

New members must have a passion for working with seniors, possess strong marketing and communication skills and work well in a team environment. 

For more information, please contact, Sara Keffer, Senior Citizen Director or call (973) 593-3094

Senior News

Register to receive the monthly newsletter, (Madison Prime Times) by mail or email. View the Most Recent Newsletter (PDF). Madison residents receive a free subscription and nonresidents are charged $7.50/year for a mailed copy. There is no charge for the email version. Call 973-593-3096 for more information.

Friends of the Madison Senior Center

In addition to the Borough of Madison, the Madison Senior Center receives funding from the Friends of the Madison Senior Center, a nonprofit 501(C)3 organization.  The group provides supplemental programming and financial support as well as special event volunteers. Donations are tax-deductible. Board meetings are held the 2nd Friday of the month at 9:30 a.m.

Senior Center Advisory Committee

The Senior Center Advisory Committee (SCAC) facilitates communication between seniors and the Mayor and Council, identifies needs relevant to the senior population and recommends programs and strategies to implement solutions. The committee meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 2 p.m.

Senior Center Sign

Volunteer Opportunities

  • The Friends of the Madison Senior Center are in need of volunteers to assist with programs and events such as Bottle Hill Day and special luncheons such as the Spring Luncheon. Call 973-593-3095 for more information.
  • Meals-on-Wheels volunteers deliver food to Madison and Florham Park residents who are home-bound. Deliveries are scheduled on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between 10 a.m. - Noon. See the Service page or call 973-593-3096 for more information.
  • Telephone Reassurance volunteers place daily calls to Morris County shut-ins, ensuring that they are well and have daily personal contact. Volunteers are scheduled once or twice monthly in the morning or afternoon.
  • Collators meet the last Tuesday of the month to prepare the Madison Prime Times for mailing. Volunteers are welcome.