Asbury Foundation focused this year on highlighting the giving back and community spirit in Calvert County, Md., taking place on the campuses of Asbury Solomons in Solomons, Md., and Calvert County Nursing Center in Prince Frederick, Md.
Through a three-tiered approach of securing benevolent care, training future leaders to serve older persons, and reaching out into the greater community, Asbury Foundation meets its mission to secure charitable support to enhance the lives of those served by Asbury. It's all a part of Asbury's Spiritual Basis, and John Wesley's directive, to "do all the good we can..."
Asbury Foundation President & CEO, Doug Myers, share about the incredible impact that Asbury Methodist Village residents, Tom & Jean Hefner, are making on their community in memory of a close friend.
The mission of the Asbury Foundation it to raise funding to better serve residents and make a positive impact in the greater community. Watch insights into what motivates giving for Inverness Village residents and neighbors.
Watch an overview of the Asbury Foundation, featuring a testimonial about the Springhill Woodlands Memory Support Neighborhood.
Doug Myers, Asbury Foundation President & CEO, speaks with Glen Todd, Member of Asbury Communities Finance Committee, former Chairman AMV Board of Directors, about tax planning at year-end.
Hal Gaut, resident of Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg, MD, talks about his donation of pond fountains in remembrance of his and his wife's parents.
Lee Bachrach, resident of Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg, MD, explains why she supports the Benevolent Care Fund.
Lynne Bragg, Benevolent Care Administrator at Asbury Methodist Village, offers her insight in Asbury's Benevolent Care Fund.