More Mission to More People

Since 1975, Westminster Canterbury Richmond has been helping seniors-in-need through our Fellowship Program by providing life care through housing, meals, medical expenses and access to all the vital living we have to offer. Each year, around 110 seniors receive support on our campus. Since the program began, more than 550 individuals have received more than $73 million in support.
We aspire to grow our Fellowship Program and find ways to reach into the community to provide more mission to more people. During the last two years we have taken steps to meet this goal by reaching out to local nonprofits that serve seniors in different ways.  Among our nonprofit partners is Senior Connections and their Friendship Cafes. We provide programming support and participate with our Friendship Café friends once a month.  Forging community partnerships, engaging our workforce who love to volunteer, and serving the greater Richmond community define our Fellowship Outreach!
This video features information on Parkinson’s Disease presented by Kathy Morton, Volunteer Resources Administrator, during our recent engagement with Friendship Café – The Guardian Place.

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