Belva Padgett, of Naples, a volunteer with the Dr. Piper Center for Social Services, shops for Bill Blackney, III, not pictured, also of Naples, at Publix  supermarket in Naples. Padgett volunteers to help around a half dozen residents in the Goodlette Arms apartment complex go to the grocery store and hair salon, attend their medical appointments and tackle other daily chores throughout the week.  Local nonprofits in southwest Florida have been paralyzed by volunteer shortages and struggle to meet the growing demand of needs seniors who have limited mobility. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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Belva Padgett, of Naples, a volunteer with the Dr. Piper Center for Social Services, shops for Bill Blackney, III, not pictured, also of Naples, at Publix supermarket in Naples. Padgett volunteers to help around a half dozen residents in the Goodlette Arms apartment complex go to the grocery store and hair salon, attend their medical appointments and tackle other daily chores throughout the week. Local nonprofits in southwest Florida have been paralyzed by volunteer shortages and struggle to meet the growing demand of needs seniors who have limited mobility. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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