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!
March 16, 2018, Little Rock, Arkansas: The Presbyterian Village Board of Directors has announced Chris Marsh as the organization’s new Executive Director. Marsh has served as Interim Director since August 2017. Previously, Marsh served as Chief Financial Officer of the Village.
“This is an exciting time for Presbyterian Village as we look forward to forthcoming major campus renovations this year. The Village Board is thrilled with all of Chris’ talents, experience and more than 20 years of dedicated service that she brings to the role,” said Board President, Laurie Ann Ross.
Chris Marsh was born and raised in Little Rock, and received her Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
$400,000 Grant Received is Largest Gift in Organization’s history
LITTLE ROCK, AR – January : Presbyterian Village has completed its fundraising to meet the requirements of the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation challenge grant issued in January 2017.
The Village secured $643,593 to benefit its capital campaign, and it has received the $400,000 grant promised by the Mabee Foundation. This grant represents the largest philanthropic gift ever made to Presbyterian Village since its inception in 1965.
“Successfully completing this challenge grant has helped us to conclude our capital fundraising. We now have well over $2.125 million to dedicate to capital renovations, and we have already completed our Village Chapel project. This has truly been an incredible effort for our organization, and we are so grateful to all who have donated to help us implement these needed changes to our campus,” said Jim Hyden, Foundation board member.
Capital renovations have begun with completion of the new Rehabilitation Therapy gym and will continue into 2018. The Residential Care area of the campus will be the next focus, including renovation to individual rooms and the common areas. Renovation of the Village Lodge entrance exterior and interior will be another major project for 2018. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on January 30 at 11 a.m. to celebrate the new rehab gym and chapel.
Presbyterian Village is an Arkansas non-profit charitable organization qualified under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is sponsored by eleven Presbyterian churches in the greater Little Rock metropolitan area. Presbyterian Village is proud to have provided 52 years of housing and services to the community.
Laurie Ann Ross