About the Waterman Communities Foundation (352) 385-1126

The Waterman Communities Foundation is a 501(c)(3) federally approved not-for-profit organization.  You're gifts are tax-deductible per IRS guidelines.

Its goal is to raise funds to help support the residents of Waterman Village Retirement Community, so they can continue to “Live Their Best Lives”. 

Gifting - Making A Difference In The Lives Of Present and Future Residents

Your gifts truly make a direct and personal impact in the lives of those residents we serve. We know there are many giving opportunities out there. Waterman Village does not have access to the large alumni donor base that private colleges have, nor the levels of federal & private health care insurance re-imbursement that hospitals have.  You're donation has a greater impact, especially in our efforts to provide a home for life, for residents who are no longer able to pay their full cost of living/care, due to no fault of their own.

We're all aging and will likely one day use/require one of Waterman Village's service lines.  Pray today about supporting our vital ministry.

Learn about our 'Giving Tree', located in The Lodge community building.

For more information about gifting opportunities, please email: thefoundation@watermanvillage.com. Or, call Jodie McEwen, Director of the Waterman Village Foundation, at (352) 385-1126.  If we're not in, please leave a message and we will get back with you ASAP. Thank you!


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Living here at Waterman Village is like living in an extended family. From executive officers to service providers, the staff is exceptionally friendly and caring. Communication channels are wide open. Department heads keep residents reassuringly informed on what is going on in their respective area of operation. Most of our needs are met conveniently on campus, which looks like a village of one or two story dwellings. We compare life here to that on a cruise ship: pick and choose among a variety of daily activities on and off campus, or simply relax in your quarters.

-Al & MarletteNorth Carolina