Support Kendal at Lexington
Kendal at Lexington’s very existence is by virtue of the generosity of area residents, community leaders, and the Bartenstein family, who donated the picturesque 85 acres of land our community calls home.
We continue this culture of giving in many ways. Residents generously donate to the Staff Appreciation Fund and the Fellowship Fund.
As a not-for-profit organization, we also greatly appreciate contributions from family, friends and employers.
Philanthropy has played a key role in the development of the Kendal organization.
Those involved in the beginning of the first Kendal community set a tone of generosity—of spirit, of time, of talent, and of resources. This spirit of generosity continues to characterize life at Kendal at Lexington through gifts that have made possible financial assistance for residents, capital improvements, internships for students, and accumulation of charitable reserves.
Barbara Brown Educational Endowment Fund
Supports staff members as they advance their career skills and education.
Staff Development/Educational Fund
Supports leadership training and educational opportunities for staff.
Huntley Fellowship Endowment Fund
Assures that residents whose financial resources have been unavoidably depleted may continue to reside in the KaLex community. (Your gift specifically supports the long-term investment of this fund.)
Assures that residents whose financial resources have been unavoidably depleted may continue to reside in the KaLex community. (Your gift may be used immediately to support a resident in need.)
Staff Appreciation Fund
Allows for a twice-yearly bonus to be given to the dedicated KaLex staff.
Campus Beautification Fund
Supports enhancements to the landscaping of our gorgeous 85-acre campus.
An unrestricted gift allows the KaLex administration to use the gift as needed.
Borden Health Center Fund
Supports the programs and residents of the beautifully renovated skilled nursing center that is open to the community.
Webster Assisted Living Fund
Supports the programs and residents of the beautifully renovated assisted living center that is open to the community.
Sunnyside House Fund
Supports the upkeep ofthe cherished eighteenth-century farmhouse that accommodates overnight guests and serves as a venue for many special events.
Gifts are often made to Kendal at Lexington to support other specific initiatives Some common areas are capital improvements, landscaping, Sunnyside House, Dementia Care and sustainability.
Consider Corporate matching gifts: Many corporations match gifts to charitable institutions made by employees; some will match the gifts of employee spouses and retired employees as well. Contact your personnel office for information about your employer’s matching-gift program.
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Contact us for questions about any of these opportunities.