The Village at Mill Landing is committed to our local community and giving back to the place where our residents, their families, and our employees call home. To have a more focused effort on charitable events and community giving, we launched a philanthropy series in April. Learn more about our philanthropy series and how The Village at Mill Landing is making a positive impact in Greece, New York.
In April, the Village at Mill Landing launched a philanthropy series that was close to our heart by raising funds for Golisano Children’s Hospital’s NICU. The son of our sales coordinator, Brittany Gross, was in the Golisano Children’s Hospital NICU for ten weeks after a premature birth. We knew our community would have a passion for the place that helped Brittany so much.
“The entire staff at Golisano Children’s Hospital NICU were a godsend. Not only did they do a superb job of nurturing Greyson, they really cared or my entire family during a very daunting and uncertain time.” – Brittany Gross, Sales Coordinator
Through our Hometown Cafe and Family Suppers, we were able to donate $1,200 to the NICU.
We are currently partnering with Greece Resident Assisting Stray Pets (GRASP). At this point, we have raised over $700.00. The money will be used to help GRASP pay for care needs, including pet food and veterinary bills.
Next, with the school year approaching, we will be collecting classroom supplies. Partnering with Pencils & Paper, a Program of Jewish Family Service, we will be collecting donation at our community until August 14. We will also be raising money for our August Family Supper. Supplies and funds will benefit students and teachers in Rochester City Schools.
We are excited about the many ways we are giving back to the local community and would love to partner with more local organizations! If you are interested in joining us as we serve the local community, stop by The Village at Mill Landing assisted living and memory care community today. We’d love to show you what we are all about and join us!
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