Bethesda Gardens Phoenix Offers Benefit Grants to Local Organizations
Bethesda Gardens Assisted Living & Memory Care is pleased to announce that it has awarded four financial benefits grants of $1,250 each for local organizations to put toward their philanthropy efforts in the Phoenix metro area. As a faith-based nonprofit, Bethesda Gardens strives to make an impact by giving back to the local community it serves.
Recipients of the grants include:
- • Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA), an organization of local bikers that act as advocates for children who have been abused physically or mentally;
- • Phoenix Allies for Community Health (PACH), a group that provides health care for those who cannot afford it and otherwise would be turned away;
- • Helping Hands for Freedom, which assists families of fallen and deployed military members; and
- • The Justa Center, a local homeless advocacy group that helps homeless seniors and veterans get back on their feet.
This year, the recipients were invited to a luncheon where they met and spent time with the leadership team from Bethesda Gardens and the other award recipients.
“It is our great honor, privilege and duty to spread the fruits of our great work here at Bethesda Gardens to other great organizations within our area so that they too may go forth and spread more goodwill and sense of community to others,” said Executive Director, Richard Becerra.
“As a company we think globally through our support of One Child Matters, a child sponsorship program in underdeveloped countries, but we are fortunate to have programs like our Community Benefit Grants which also allow us to think locally and give to such fine and deserving organizations as these awarded to today.”
For more information regarding our Community Benefit Grant program or Bethesda Gardens Assisted Living and Memory Care in Phoenix, please feel free to reach out to Richard Becerra, Executive Director at (602) 765-4000.
Posted on Mon, April 11, 2016
by Becca H