Some people are thrilled to call it quits when their “working years” are over. Retirement – finally! This is your chance to spend the days doing whatever you want, on whatever schedule suits you. But that’s not the case for everyone. If you really love your job, you may choose to stay with it longer; something that wasn’t an option to past generations who were forced to retire at age 65.
Every golfer loves a fun and challenging tournament! The play, the camaraderie, and – in the case of the John R. Batts Memorial Golf Classic – a chance to support our residents at Magnolia Manor.
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One of our resolutions for 2021 here at Magnolia Manor is to expand our Advocacy Program. We’re inviting you to help by becoming a volunteer Advocate within your church. You will help establish a partnership between the church and Magnolia Manor, serving as a sort of ambassador to strengthen connections, outreach, and service to others.
As an Advocate, you (and your entire congregation) can give and receive at the same time.
The pandemic continues, and we could all use something new to occupy our time, not to mention our hands and our minds, as we wait it out – especially seniors still deprived of in-person visits with loved ones. So here comes some well-timed good news: January is National Hobby Month.
What better time to reacquaint yourself with an old-favorite hobby, or to take up a brand new one. Focusing on something engrossing and learning new things are proven winners when it comes to re-fueling your mind, body, and spirit.
“Volunteers are the only human beings on the face of the earth who reflect this nation’s compassion, unselfish caring, patience, and just plain loving one another.” ~Erma Bombeck
The holiday season is upon us, along with the regular rigmarole that comes with this time of year. Giving is a natural tendency during the holidays, and as a designated nonprofit, we here at Magnolia Manor are always thrilled with the generous donations and gifts received by our campuses. For our donors, their gifts not only help us provide an exceptional level of care to our residents, but they also offer tax benefits.
Built Upon Generosity
There is a remarkable difference between for-profit organizations and nonprofit communities like Magnolia Manor. As a nonprofit organization our overriding objectives are apparent in our priorities and the quality of care we offer to our residents.