A program of Home Instead Senior Care Foundation

Life Enrichment

Little Rock, Arkansas

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$12,295.00 $25,000.00

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Description of project

"We have all known the long loneliness and we have learned that the only solution is love and that love comes with community."  --Dorothy Day

Nurture of the individual resident is at the heart of what we do and what we have done at Presbyterian Village for more than 50 years! At the center of our efforts is a robust program of activities which provide our residents with plenty of opportunities for fellowship, creativity, wellness, memory care, technology, and spirituality, each and every day.

Our activities budgets for both our Health Care Center (HCC) and IL (Independent Living) have not had significant increases in several years. This year for GIVE65, we are asking your help in funding some of our ongoing, favorite activities, as well as some new things we would like to offer our residents for the first time.

Please help us further enrich every moment and every day of our residents' lives at the Village.

Our budget for this campaign includes:
$5,000 New outdoor, accessible furniture
$5,000 It's Never Too Late Technology for Seniors
$5,000 Interactive wall murals and activity boards (Memory Care)
$2,500 Blood pressure machine for Fitness Room
$1,000 Lodge dining table linens and room decorations
$6,500 Miscellaneous needs, such as new large print books, Amazon Echo, Bingo sets,
party and art supplies, Senior Olympic fees and needs, Veteran's recognition and much more!

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Presbyterian Village is owned and operated by a nonprofit organization, Presbyterian Village, Inc., which was founded in 1965 by local Presbyterian churches in the greater Little Rock metropolitan ...read more

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Our mission is to provide comprehensive continuing care for older adults that promotes health, comfort, security, and spiritual well being in a living environment that fosters personal dignity and ...read more

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