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In 1911, Henry and Annie Merner Pfeiffer donated his parents’ farmstead plus $20,000 so The Evangelical Association could build a place for aging church members to call home. The denomination had looked for a location in its westernmost states for eight years.
The Pfeiffer family continued giving over the years, making residential additions and a chapel possible. Countless others have supported the mission of Western Home Communities since then.
When your organization’s mission is “to assertively create fulfilling lifestyle,” giving can be fun and creative! People living with dementia enjoy riding around campus in a Polaris Ranger that provides fresh air and friendly waves. Residents and community neighbors take more walks around campus, knowing they can sit a spell (or read a book) on any of the benches provided by donors. And this short video shows how one family helped make our pickleball courts a reality.
The foundation awards scholarships annually to help deserving employees reach their educational goals and to build a trained workforce for the future. Most recently, donors endowed a health sciences scholarship fund in honor of the late director of development, Mary Taylor, shown here making previous scholarship awards.
There are many “win-win” opportunities that can provide tax advantages and increased cash flow while delivering the satisfaction that only comes from lending a hand to help others.
Let’s build on the legacy together. Explore the possibilities of a gift to Western Home Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Contact Jerry Harris or Susan Steffy to discuss how you can support the Western Home Foundation with memorials, scholarships, amenities, naming gifts, charitable gift annuities, estate gifts and more.
Western Home Foundation is a charitable organization that supports and secures the mission of Western Home Communities through philanthropic gifts, stewardship, and education.