Westminster Canterbury Foundation

Richmond, VA   |  www.wcrichmond.org

Mission

Westminster Canterbury Foundation inspires generosity at Westminster Canterbury Richmond. Growing from our roots in faith, we nurture the spirit of generosity of Westminster Canterbury Richmond to ensure the best life possible for our residents and to cultivate leadership in senior services. Our founding mission emphasized our Fellowship Program, which helps provide life care – guaranteed access to long-term assisted living or healthcare if needed – as well as necessities such as housing, food and medical expenses for seniors-in-need. A newly established Fellowship Outreach effort is in response to Westminster Canterbury Foundation’s Community Needs Study assessing the barriers to healthy aging in greater Richmond. Westminster Canterbury Foundation also supports areas of excellence including healthcare, memory therapies and spiritual support, chaplaincy programs and internships, wellness and fitness programs, enhancements and scholarships for the Child Development Center, workforce development, and thriving creative programs that include studio and performing arts. Innovation and leadership in senior services are made possible every year.

Ruling year info

1980

Principal Officer

John D. Burns

Main address

1600 Westbrook Avenue

Richmond, VA 23227 USA

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EIN

52-1189655

NTEE code info

Senior Centers/Services (P81)

Child Day Care (P33)

Alzheimer's (G83)

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Fellowship

Fellowship assistance for residents with financial need provides life care – housing, meals, medical expenses and vital living. Westminster Canterbury has a lifetime commitment of financial security and medical-related assistance for residents with documented need who outlive their resources through no fault of their own.

Population(s) Served

Enhancements to healthcare include additional certified nursing assistants, enhanced clinical training, memory support therapies and technological advancements to provide the highest level of care and peace of mind for residents and their families.

Population(s) Served

Enhanced wellness programming for residents in all areas of residency such as brain fitness software, education and staff support.

Population(s) Served

Studio arts programs include instructor-led courses in areas such as painting, woodworking, monotype printmaking and pottery. The Sara Belle November Theater is the only one of its kind in the region, designed with the needs of older adults in mind. Performances in this theater provide a destination and event for residents from all areas of campus. 100% of the performance fees are paid for by charitable donations, so residents of all income and health statuses can come together to enjoy engaging performances together.

Population(s) Served

Employees may receive assistance with education, emergencies and volunteering. Every employee receives annual training through the Professional School of Learning, including clinical education, customer service training and leadership development programs. Westminster Canterbury Foundation supports our organization's Child Development Center programming including preschool and before/after school program that includes literacy, intergenerational, and enrichment programs. It also provides need-based financial aid for children of employees.

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Awards

Affiliations & memberships

Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce 1975

Financials

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Westminster Canterbury Foundation

Board of directors
as of 04/23/2018
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Christopher Carney

Retired

Term: 2018 - 2020

John Thomas

Thomas & Karceski P.C.

Robert Hetherington

Retired

Christopher Carney

Retired

Frances Massey

Community Volunteer

Mary Madge

Retired

Pemberton Hall

Susan G. Komen Central Virginia

James Lipscomb

Davenport & Co. LLC

E. Showalter

Retired

Adrienne Hines

Retired

Basil Jones

U.S. Trust

Howard Vick

McGuireWoods LLP

Mary Frediani

Engel and Volkers

Wendell Fuller

Fuller Wealth Advisors, Inc.

Bruce Kay

Markel Corporation

True Luck

Community Volunteer

Ellen Spong

Union Bank & Trust

Myfanwy Hall

Community Volunteer

Benjamin Candland

McGuireWoods LLP

Ralph Joynes

Retired

Walter Bundy

Virginia Eye Institute

Brian Cann

Wells Fargo Bank

Mark Gordon

Bon Secours Richmond East

Frances Kay

Retired

Patricia Pusey

Retired