As a not-for-profit community, Inverness Village is dedicated to the promise of benevolent care and to enhancing residents’ lives with additional services without placing an undue financial burden on them. When you make a gift to Inverness Village through Asbury Foundation, your entire gift benefits the Inverness Village community alone.
Inverness Village recently completed their much-anticipated Lifestyle and Services Enhancement Project, which expanded many of Inverness Village’s outstanding amenities and programs, with a particular focus on enhancing wellness opportunities.
The community embarked upon a $500,000 fundraising effort for the project in October 2009, to help them become the leading expert in senior wellness in a four-state region. Construction was completed by the end of the summer in 2010, with a grand re-opening celebration this past October.
Through the generosity of the Joe and Jean Holliman Family Foundation, David E. and Cassie L. Temple Foundation and many other campaign contributors, Inverness Village quickly raised funds needed for the Lifestyle and Services Enhancement Project. The project was divided into three key phases:
“Inverness Village is a fantastic community where residents focus on whole-person wellness,” says campaign chairs and Inverness residents Sid and Beverly Patterson. “This effort will enhance our quality of life even further.”
Inverness Village Executive Director Scott Bushong agreed. “This renovation project is just another step in Inverness Village’s commitment to providing our resident’s an atmosphere centered around building physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, social and vocational activities into everyday life,” said Bushong.