In addition to providing an exceptional quality of life for its members, Senior Living Communities values and is dedicated to serving the communities in which we work and helping on a worldwide level. Senior Living Communities supports numerous charity organizations. Below are a few of the organizations that Senior Living Communities contributes to:
CARE for AIDS
CARE for AIDS works with Kenyan churches to operate life-transforming centers, which help the physical, spiritual, economic, and social needs of men and women living with HIV/AIDS. At each center, 80 individuals can complete a nine-month program which gives them the training and support lead full and productive lives. At the center, individuals attend weekly health and spiritual counseling sessions. CARE for AIDS hopes to see HIV-positive Kenyans become empowered and able to lead spiritually and physically strong lives.
SugarCreek Charter School
Sugar Creek’s vision is to serve as many children as possible and to work with them in their formative years so that they become well educated and productive citizens as adults. moreover, we believe that Sugar Creek is uniquely situated to teach and prepare all of our students for their future. We do so with a high degree of commitment and enthusiasm.
Silver Pen Essay Contest
SilverPen The Silver Pen Essay Contest is a way to help local high school seniors with their collegiate financial burden. High school seniors within a 25-mile radius of any Senior Living Communities’ retirement communities are welcome to apply by writing an essay in response to a specific topic. The essay is free form and can vary in length. Community members on the Resident Advisory Committee choose the winners who receive cash prizes. This Advisory Council consists of successful retired business professionals, educators and community leaders.
The Harvest Center of Charlotte
The Harvest Center is a Community of Guests, Volunteers and Staff whose lives are mutually transformed by the love of Jesus Christ. Our mission is to create a community where individuals affected by homelessness, poverty and unemployment are empowered through transitional programs and transformed by the Love of Christ. The Harvest Center of Charlotte was started over 30 years ago in the Genesis Park neighborhood of North East Charlotte and is composed of Guests and dedicated Volunteers and Staff.
The Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. We are here to help.