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A uniquely faith-based, mission-minded community

Our Mission

What Missional Senior Living looks like at Warm Beach

As a faith-based not-for-profit organization we seek to provide more than just a financial safety net for low-income retirees and seniors: we want to empower them to live purpose-filled lives in sustainable community.  We've come to understand that part of living in a sustainable community means helping each other find answers to these shared questions:      

  • How can we discover our passion and live a purpose-filled life as we age?                                                                                                                                      
  • How can we form meaningful relationships and build a community                                           of support around us as we age?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
  • How can we sustain our physical, emotional and spiritual health as we age?                                                                                                                         
  • How can we best steward our financial resources to meet our future needs? 

Empowering our residents and program participants to discover their own answers to these core questions guides our life enrichment, community volunteer and benevolence assistance programs.  We invite you to join us (regardless of your biological age) in discovering and living out your Missional Senior Life by becoming involved at Warm Beach. It is only through generous gifts of time and finances made by volunteers and donors that our impact is made possible.  

Missional Senior Living means helping neighbors in need.

- 40% of Assisted Living residents are on Medicaid which reimburses just 50% of our daily cost to provide their care.
- 51% of Retirement Village residents are low-income and currently 13% receive monthly benevolent rent assistance. We believe the need is greater and we are working to help more to apply for aid.

In addition to providing benevolent care through Rent, Living Essentials and Medicaid Care we also meet community needs through the following programs, events and activities:  

Educational, Wellness and Advocacy programs:  Low or no-cost Health & Wellness classes, Healthcare worker & Caregiver panel discussions, AARP Driving Classes, Virtual Dementia Tours, Estate Planning Basics and more are offered.

Transportation:  Doctor's Appointments, Shopping Trips, Activity outings and uncompensated use of our buses to other local non-profit organizations.  

Social Engagement:  Resident driven activities and community events, Community Concerts, Rotary Parade participation, Community Garden boxes, Christmas Bazaar, Operation Christmas Child and more. 

a few mission impact numbers from last year