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The Presbyterian Village Foundation

Presbyterian Village is a non-profit organization guided by a very important principle that sets us apart from most other retirement communities: we are resident-services driven, not profit driven. The Presbyterian Village Foundation seeks and accepts philanthropic gifts from individuals, families, corporations, and foundations to help fulfill the mission of Presbyterian Village.

Private gifts and grants to Presbyterian Village ensure that our standard of care is above the minimum of care required. Such gifts truly enhance the daily experience of all residents through robust services and activities, highly trained staff, facility improvements, and much more.

You can support the Presbyterian Village through monthly or annual gifts, planned gifts such as life insurance policies, charitable gift annuities, or bequests, or major gifts to our endowment or capital facilities funds.

For more detailed information on giving opportunities and how those gifts impact our residents, please contact Melissa Jenkins.

Your gifts make a difference!

Capital Renovations Completed in 2019: Our donors have helped to transform our campus!

Give65 2019For the third year, Presbyterian Village is participating in the national Give65 fundraising campaign. We have the opportunity to receive up to $5,000 in matching grants through this effort. Visit our project pageĀ and plan to donate July 9-11.

Support the greatest needs of our community through your ongoing monthly contributions. Contact Melissa Jenkins to set up your donation.

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Vehicle Donations 2018

Director of Development

Melissa Jenkins, CFRE

Foundation Board of Directors

Jim Hyden, President

Missy McSwain, Vice President

David Strickland, Treasurer

Chris Marsh

Cathy Murphy

Tom Roy

Rev. Roy Smith