FiftyForward Endowment receives generous donation to provide agency’s supportive care program with resources in perpetuity
FiftyForward Patricia Hart Building Director Sharie Loik Goodman converses with FiftyForward Fresh/Meals on Wheels customer Winston Caldwell seated here with Alice the cat.
FiftyForward Endowment recently received a donation that will double the size of the agency’s endowment and provide for future generations. The donation is specified to support the FiftyForward Supportive Care programs that provide much-needed resources, support, and services for older adults in Middle Tennessee region.
“We are blessed to be the recipients of such a generous donation that will double our endowment funds,” said FiftyForward Endowment President Don Greene. “This gift came at the right time. We have all become acutely aware of the increased need for care and essential services to support older adults in our community, especially in the wake of the recent pandemic. It’s an honor to know a community member saw FiftyForward worthy of a such a generous donation that will serve as a perpetual gift to support older adults in Middle Tennessee for generations to come.”
FiftyForward Supportive Care houses programs including FiftyForward Fresh/Meals on Wheels, Living at Home, and Adult Day Service all located with the agency’s administrative offices in the Patricia Hart Building.
Established in 1984 as an independent nonprofit organization, FiftyForward Endowment is dedicated to the long-range financial future of FiftyForward. Led by skilled volunteers who are committed to and have a close association with FiftyForward, their experience and expertise ensure careful stewardship and oversight of invested funds. Learn more about FiftyForward Endowment as a means of supporting older adults in our community: https://fiftyforward.org/invest-in-us/
Established in 1956, FiftyForward supports, champions, and enhances life for those 50 and older. As a nonprofit serving Middle Tennessee, FiftyForward operates seven lifelong learning centers – two in Williamson County and five in Davidson County –offering classes including health and wellness, arts, technology, virtual programming, and engaging volunteer opportunities. FiftyForward also provides comprehensive supportive care for older adults including essential services such as FiftyForward Adult Day Services, FiftyForward Fresh/Meals on Wheels, and care management. Learn more from our stories and those we serve at www.fiftyforward.organd by following us @FiftyForward on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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