Celebrating Inspiring Generosity on National Poinsettia Day
Each holiday season, Westminster Canterbury Foundation celebrates inspiring generosity that supports critical programming by giving a red or white poinsettia plant to our residents who are Leaders in Giving. This beautiful, living gesture of our gratitude recognizes the unique and cherished relationship we have with our donors. It also symbolizes the brilliant growth we experience because of the support given throughout the year. Volunteer “elves” spread holiday cheer and gratitude as they deliver these beautiful plants!
A little-known fact is that poinsettias continue to grow long after the winter holidays have passed. When nurtured, they can become beautiful bushes, even trees. The Foundation celebrates and appreciates the inspiring generosity of our donors that ensures the best life possible for all our residents all year long!
Donors make so many things possible at Westminster Canterbury – our Fellowship Program for seniors-in-need, wonderful performances in our Sara Belle November Theater, nurses who are trained to provide the best possible healthcare when residents need it, scholarships for employees and much more. During the holiday season, we are grateful that we can celebrate this inspiring generosity in a beautiful way on campus.