Your gifts ‘TRULY’ makes a difference in the lives of the patients & residents we serve
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The Waterman Communities Foundation, an IRS not-for-profit charitable foundation since 1989, raises funds to help support the needs of the residents/patients of Waterman Village Retirement, Assisted Living, and Nursing Care communities in Mount Dora, FL. Waterman Village does not have the large reserves or variety of funding sources that universities, hospitals and hospices have. So, your gifts to Waterman Village make an even greater impact, in helping us help our residents “live their best lives possible“.
Some of the recent projects that the Foundation has supported include: buying personal items and furniture for residents in need, purchasing activities equipment for resident use, and purchasing medical equipment to help enhance the quality of care that our residents receive. Some residents have outlived their resources, and need assistance with their monthly service fees. We count on generous donors like you, to help us be able to continue to provide quality housing and services, to those residents who encounter a situation such as this.
We accept gifts of property, securities, and cash/credit. Some have chosen to remember Waterman Communities in their wills and estate planning . . . . for which the residents of Waterman Village are very grateful for.
It’s not uncommon for residents to live with us for many years. So, your gifts can support the same resident/patient for MANY YEARS, and not just a few days.
To learn more about how you can support our residents & patients, you can email our Foundation staff representative, Coleen Connolly, at email@example.com. Or, you can reach Coleen by phone at: (352) 383-0051, ext. 313. Thank you so much for your generosity! We are all aging, and may one day be a recipient of Waterman Village’s facilities and/or services ourselves.
Please pray about supporting our vital not-for-profit mission and ministry.
Jodie McEwen, Chairperson, Waterman Communities Foundation