Presbyterian Senior Living is fortunate to have residents, volunteers, and staff who are committed to ensuring and enhancing the quality of life for all residents at all of our communities—now and in the future.
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In 2014, the communities of Presbyterian Senior Living provided more than $30.7 million in benevolent support to our residents that outlived their financial resources. That figure represents approximately 30% of our residents living in long term personal and skilled nursing care.
Whether it’s a campaign for a wheelchair accessible minivan, a new Aquatic and Fitness Center, or renovations to our health centers, these gifts have an immediate impact within our communities. In addition, your financial contribution enables us to continue providing top-quality care to residents who have outlived their resources. We’re serious about keeping our commitment to the people we serve.
There are many ways you can give back and make a difference in the lives of others, including gifts you make today, gifts that pay you income, and gifts that make an impact after your lifetime. Learn about all the giving options available to you.
Presbyterian Senior Living and its affiliates have been blessed with a strong volunteer program, providing a vital ingredient to the quality of life for the residents we serve. Every day our volunteers are making a difference. Learn more about volunteering for a Presbyterian Senior Living community.
To discuss how your gift can make a significant and meaningful difference, contact Peter Dabbenigno, Executive Director, at (410) 319-5122 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact Sue Barthalow, Area Director of Mission Support, at (443) 987-5138 or email email@example.com to learn more about the broad array of donor opportunities within our organization.
If you feel you could benefit from the wisdom, experience, and friendship of others, we would like to talk with you about volunteering. Contact Joanna Phillips at (610) 258-6509 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.