Bethesda Senior Living Communities Is Proud of Our Team In Monument, CO
Bethesda Senior Living Communities is a faith-based organization that operates on values such as humble service, Christian kindness and love that causes us to want to take care of each other. We believe those are just some of the values that drive staff across all of our assisted living communities to ensure excellent care and a vibrant lifestyle for residents.
Today, we're especially proud of our Bethesda Gardens Monument community, which is preparing to embark on a five-month giving back campaign. The campaign is designed both to support the surrounding community and encourage others to engage in benevolence.
The campaign is designed to allow Bethesda Gardens Monument and others to live out Biblical principles of charity and servanthood. Individuals moving into Bethesda Gardens Monument can identify a charitable organization of their choice and Bethesda Gardens Monument will support those organizations via a $500 donation. The recipient of the donation must be a 501(c)(3) business or church.
The campaign begins in February and runs through June.
Bethesda Gardens Monument is mailing information and orange ribbons to families, churches and businesses throughout the local community. The staff at the assisted living community will also wear the orange ribbons daily during the campaign to keep awareness up about giving back.
Anyone who is interested in participating or who would like more information about this giving back campaign can call Caitlin at (719) 247-4400.
We recognize that individuals throughout our many assisted living communities or even in cities without a Bethesda Senior Living Communities presence may be inspired to give back as well. If you want to give back locally and don't know of a current campaign in your area, here are some ideas for showing charity or servanthood to others.
Consider whether any church or charitable organization has made a difference in your life. Make a donation to them in any amount. For most of these organizations, every little bit helps them do their work. And while we don't think anyone should need a reason to give back, you may be able to take a tax deduction for charitable giving.
Consider donating your time or talents to local organizations that are making a difference. Many are always in need of people to handle a wide range of tasks and often have work designed so you can give an hour or a few hours a week or as you are able.
Send cards of appreciation thanking local organizations and staff for their work. Words of affirmation can go a long way in encouraging people who are often doing the hard work that's involved in helping and taking care of others.
Posted on Wed, February 6, 2019
by Bethesda Senior Living