Supporting our Neighbors: What Nonprofit Senior Living MeansRead
Supporting our Neighbors: What Nonprofit Senior Living Means
Those seeking a senior living community have an extensive list of options, but not every community will have the same principles, values, and level of service. Nonprofit...
Impact Your Community: Giving Back with Volunteer Jobs in Des Moines
Iowans value volunteering. In 2020, 47.1% of Iowans donated their time, despite (or because of) the COVID-19 pandemic. The state also ranks fourth in overall volunteer...
5 Ways for Seniors to Get Involved in Their Communities
When an empty nest, career change, or retirement leaves you with extra time, you might find that giving back to your community is a passion that rises to the top of your...
Residents Raise Nearly $20,000 in Five Days for Hurricane Relief
As Glen Lewis sat watching footage of the devastation Hurricane Dorian had wreaked on the Bahamas, he knew he had to do something. Equally importantly, Glen -- Executive...
Residents' Legacy to Continue as Heritage House Keeps Rolling Into Active Lifestyles
Underwood Family donates 14-passenger bus to Heritage House in honor of former residents, Ray and Joan Underwood. Residents, family members and team members gathered on...
Polk County Un-and Under-Insured Citizens to Benefit from Health Program
WesleyLife Public Health Nursing was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from the Mid-Iowa Health Foundation in support of its Public Health Nursing Program.
Nutritionally-Challenged Polk County Older Adults to Benefit from 10,000 Free or Reduced-Cost Meals
Nutritionally-challenged older adults in the greater Des Moines area will continue to receive warm, nutritional meals thanks in part to more than $64,000 raised through...
WesleyLife Meals on Wheels to Provide Free Meals to Older Adults in Need
WesleyLife Meals on Wheels program was recently awarded a $10,000 Community Betterment Grant from Prairie Meadows in support of its Temporary Meals Program.
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