We are pleased to announce that our parent company, Bethesda Ministries, has launched a brand new website, which connects our families, residents and team members to our national and worldwide mission of service.
“This website better reflects our new corporate structure and helps us focus our resources to help us grow our senior living communities while also fulfilling our mission of faith and global service,” explained Dana Rasic, CEO of Bethesda Ministries. “Our organization has a rich history and purpose, and we are excited to continue our ministry of offering faith-based care to seniors while reinvesting our revenue to help people in need around the world.”
Since Bethesda’s founding in 1959 as a senior living community in Nebraska, our core belief has been that business and service go hand in hand. With this new corporate structure, Bethesda Ministries supports three ministries under one organization:
- Bethesda Senior Living Communities: Senior living remains the cornerstone of our business, and we serve seniors through 21 communities across the United States.
- Bethesda Christian Broadcasting: Radio has the power to reach people from all walks of life, and we offer a message of hope and encouragement over the airwaves of the great plains.
- One Child Matters: This child sponsorship organization works in 15 of the world’s poorest countries to serve over 40,000 children by providing food, education, medical aid and spiritual guidance.
“In addition to helping us fulfill our mission of service around the world, this corporate structure provides cost-sharing for key services to help minimize the portion of residents’ monthly fees that go to administrative costs,” said Larry Smith, President of Bethesda Senior Living Communities. “We’re grateful to have this support because it means we are able to offer our residents more services at a lower cost.”
We invite you to browse our parent company’s new website to learn more about our story, what our organization does and who we serve.
Posted on Mon, July 11, 2016
by Becca H