PNOA has a steering group including members from housing, older people membership organisations, telecare and assistive technology, education and research, independent financial advisers, nursing, social work, psychology, physiotherapy, care home management, law, public health and well being and local government.
All the steering group members are volunteers and they will soon begin the process of registering PNOA as a charity.
However, PNOA needs to match-fund this amount and so has organised a fund-raising dinner dance and auction at the McDonald Holland House Hotel, in Cardiff, on March 18.
PNOA will be launched formally at this event and Roy Noble, of BBC Wales Cymru, has offered his time as after dinner speaker.
There are single professional groups but PNOA is unique and independent, so it does not promote any one profession or service.
PNOA would provide contact information on integrated services.