AIM keeps elderly, disabled, and low-income people independent in their homes and provides access to healthcare, food and socialization. 88% of clients are women. Publicized through senior centers, hospital-to-home connections, health care workers and HUD housing, AIM is the only organization of its kind in Baltimore City and operates on a low-fee model ($8/trip max). Examples of daily trips include grocery, retail, cultural destinations, social activities, tax and legal support, and individual "transportation by request" for medical and other appointments. A "senior center without walls," AIM supports monthly eating together events, enables seniors to obtain food distributed every other month from the Maryland Food Bank, Fall Prevention classes, and health fairs.
BWGC funds support operating expenses for the program.