Warm Hearth Foundation receives stewardship award from Leading Age Virginia


The Warm Hearth Foundation was recognized by Leading Age Virginia at its annual conference on June 8, 2017 as the leader in stewardship among its 123 members from throughout the state.

The Warm Hearth Foundation receives and administers funds to support seniors living at Warm Hearth Village who are in need of financial assistance and/or support with basic necessities that include food, shelter, personal care items and health care services. These needs total more than $500,000 each year and the Foundation continually seeks innovative programs and partnerships to engage the community in its fundraising efforts to support neighbors in need throughout the Warm Hearth Village campus.

The Stewardship Award recognizes organizations who act in a manner worthy of trust and respect and who advance public trust and confidence in aging services. Focused on the scope of public impact and benefit to the community, The Foundation’s efforts to collaborate with businesses, individuals and community organizations to raise funds for seniors in need at the Blacksburg based retirement community were applauded by Leading Age Virginia.

Warm Hearth Village has been a member of Leading Age Virginia since 1981. A state-wide organization focusing on education, advocacy, community building, stewardship, not-for-profit leadership, and positive aging for seniors, members and partners include nonprofit organizations representing the entire field of aging services and continuum of care, state and business partners, consumer groups, foundations and research partners. The mission of LeadingAge Virginia is to expand the world of possibilities for aging

Warm Hearth Village is a nonprofit senior living community in Blacksburg offering a full continuum of living options on our campus and in the home.

–Submitted by Warm Hearth