Kendal at Lexington Breaks Ground for Sunroom Addition to Benjamin Borden Health Center

Oct 01, 2008

Having raised over $150,000 for this sunroom addition, ground was broken on February 6. According to Kim Snyder, Administrator for Health Services, “the broad-based community support for this project exemplifies what the Borden Center is — our community’s quality home for older adults.” Read more about Kendal at Lexington’s sunroom project.

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Kendal~Crosslands Communities Contributes to Promising Innovations

Sep 01, 2008

Kendal~Crosslands Communities Board has approved participation in the Promising Innovations campaign. The Board has approved a $20,000 incentive to be used to match gifts given by residents, staff, and board members of Kendal~Crosslands Communities. Read more about the Promising Innovations Campaign.

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Kendal Establishes Fund In Honor Of Lloyd Lewis

May 01, 2008

The board of Kendal Charitable Funds approved the creation of the Lloyd Lewis Fund at its meeting in October 2007. The purpose of this new fund is to support  improvements in serving older adults through the Promising Innovations campaign. The new fund and this campaign were initiated by the generous gift of $250,000 from the […]

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Kendal at Hanover Receives Generous Memorial Gift

Apr 01, 2008

Kendal at Hanover Receives Generous Memorial Gift A fund has been established in memory of Mary and Bryce Lyon through a generous donation from a very supportive donor.  This fund was established to help maintain the high standard of Kendal at Hanover’s medical care into the future. READ MORE.

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Kendal at Hanover Receives Environmental Sustainability Grant to Study Energy Efficiency

Feb 01, 2008

Kendal at Hanover has received a grant from Kendal Charitable Funds in the amount of $10,000 to undertake a communitywide, resident-driven program to investigate and fully understand electricity usage in their community. The underlying goal of this study is to find effective ways of reducing the level of carbon monoxide (CO2) emissions that the facilities contribute […]

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Promising Innovations grant supports minority community Alzheimer’s disease screenings

Nov 13, 2012

Pilot program could be adapted for nationwide dementia screening efforts Nov. 13, 2012 — Kendal Charitable Funds announced today that it has awarded its first Promising Innovations grant to researchers in Florida to develop an Alzheimer’s disease screening program that can be adapted for use in minority communities nationwide. Kendal Charitable Funds’ $25,000 grant to the University of South Florida (USF) […]

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