Share the Care Campaign

Campaign

Campaign

Sharing the Journey

We recognize that the overall safety, security and comfort of our Residents depends on our ability to create an environment that is conducive to caring. In order for us to accomplish our mission, we embarked on a capital campaign to address the many needs of our 32+ year old Home.

With the help of our many benefactors, foundations and friends, we successfully completed Phase I and Phase II of our strategic 3-phase campaign. We are now striving to raise the remaining funds needed to complete Phase III of our Share the Care Campaign, which will enable us to provide the needed improvements to our Home in order to better care for our Residents and enhance their quality of life. Extensive efforts to raise the funds are ongoing through private donor contributions as well as corporate and foundation grant requests. Anything that you can do to help will be appreciated and repaid by grateful prayers.

Priorities for our Share the Care Campaign are consistent with the challenges facing our elderly poor and are noted below:

 

Phase I (COMPLETE)

  • Replacement of windows, boilers, upgrading of heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment.
  • Replacement of all interior and most of the exterior lighting with high-efficient electronic ballasts and fixtures.

Phase II (COMPLETE)

  • Renovation and upgrading of residential, nursing, and service areas to become compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Phase III(highlight, not all-inclusive)

  • Replacement of emergency power generator,
  • Replacement of nurse call system,
  • Replacement of all deteriorated flooring,
  • Replacement of water cooled refrigerant unit,
  • Renovation of chapel,
  • Replacement of exhaust fans (15),
  • Replacement of water softener system,
  • Renovation of existing nurses stations,
  • Enlargement of existing  men’s restroom for new, enlarged shower,
  • Replacement of flat roof due to leakage,
  • Repair exterior balconies to remediate water damage

 

CLICK HERE to view our CASE STATEMENT (pdf).