Swan Creek is blessed with this generous gift from the Stranahan Foundation. Residents who no longer have the funds to pay for their stay at Swan Creek can rest assured their needs will be met each and every day.
Toledo, OH (PRWEB) September 03, 2015
The Board of Trustees of the Toledo Community Foundation has approved a $2,500 grant from the Robert A. Stranahan Jr. Charitable Advised Fund to Swan Creek Retirement Village for the Life Care Commitment, which helps residents in financial crisis keep their homes.
Life Care dates back to the founding of Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS), the parent company of Swan Creek.
The Life Care Commitment, backed by OPRS with the help of charitable support, helps assure Swan Creek residents that they will always have a home even if – in good faith – they run out of the funds meant to see them through. OPRS has kept this commitment since its founding in 1922.
Life Care is a confidential program; residents receiving support from Life Care receive the same quality of care and services regardless of their ability to pay.
“Swan Creek is blessed with this generous gift from the Stranahan Foundation. Residents who no longer have the funds to pay for their stay at Swan Creek can rest assured their needs will be met each and every day,” said Swan Creek Executive Director, Ann Roller.
About Swan Creek Retirement Village
Swan Creek Retirement Village is one of 12 retirement communities owned and operated by OPRS Communities, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS), headquartered in Columbus. Since 1922, OPRS has defined the highest standards of quality of life for older adults. Each year, OPRS serves more than 73,000 people annually through its wholly owned subsidiaries OPRS Communities and Senior Independence.
About the Toledo Community Foundation
Grants from the Robert A. Stranahan Jr. Charitable Advised Fund of the Toledo Community Foundation support a variety of programs in the fields of education, social services, physical and mental health, neighborhood and urban affairs, natural resources and the arts.
The Toledo Community Foundation, Inc., has more than 670 funds with assets of approximately $219 million to provide philanthropic services to individuals, families and businesses’ and corporations’ charitable programs.