Thursday, November 13, 2014
Wesley Village receives grants for 2014
Wesley Heights, a senior living community on the Wesley Village campus, received a one-year grant of $8,000 from the David N. Lane Trust for Aged & Indigent Women. Established in 1964 to support and promote quality human services and health care programming for underserved older women living in Fairfield and New Haven Counties, the trust is managed by the Connecticut based Philanthropic Solutions office of the Bank of America, N.A. Funds from the grant will provide assisted living services for low income elderly women living at Wesley Heights.
The community also received a one-year grant of $10,000 from the Valley Community Foundation (VCF) to support assisted living services to low income elderly residents of Wesley Heights Middle Court Apartments. The VCF was established in 2004 and distributes hundreds of thousands of grant dollars each year to support the local nonprofit sector and the people it serves. Wesley Village also received a $250 sponsorship from the VCF to support their 6th Annual Road Race, which benefitted life enriching programs for seniors living on the campus, as well as the PTA of a neighboring school, Long Hill Elementary. To learn how your gift can help to support the quality of life in the Valley, visit http://www.valleyfoundation.org/.
This is a press release from Wesley Village.
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