The Landing of Collegeville assisted living and memory care is excited to announce our new philanthropic committee! With a mission to ‘do good and have fun’, our community will be focusing on raising awareness and funds for local and national organizations. Learn more about the committee and our upcoming philanthropic event in October!
Making the World Awesome
One of the many ways that The Landing of Collegeville encourages residents to become active participants in our community is through our new Do Good, Have Fun Committee. We know that volunteering and actively contributing to a worthy cause can actually improve the health and wellness of our residents and our employees. As a way to give back (and have fun!), The Landing of Collegeville has formed a Do Good, Have Fun Committee that will focus on raising awareness and funds for different charities each month.
On the third Tuesday of every month, our community gathers to listen to a Ted Talk and share ideas in an open forum discussion relating to the talk. Our residents were inspired by Kid President’s “Pep Talk” to “create something that will make the world awesome.” From that talk, we were inspired to plan our first annual Bark in the Park!
Join us on October 19th at The Landing of Collegeville for fun with our furry friends while we raise funds for Alzheimer’s research. The event will include a lap-a-ton, agility course, Howl-o-ween contest, photo booth, Yappy Hour, and more. Prizes will be given for raising the most money, the best costume, and conquering the agility course. Additionally, our committee will bake dog treats, design the agility course, and adopt-a-dog for the day by pampering and walking local shelter dogs.
We would love to see you at Bark in the Park! The event will be held on October 19th at 1:00 pm at The Landing of Collegeville. Stop by or give us a call today to join us on our mission to create something that makes the world awesome!
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