Foundation news and events

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Presbyterian SeniorCare Foundation hosts two annual signature events. The annual Your Holiday Home Event is a festive start to the holiday season for our friends and supporters in Washington County. Our annual Golf Outing, set at the historic Oakmont Country Club is a perennial sell-out event.

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Main Office

412-828-5600

Oakmont Campus

412-828-5600

Washington Campus

724-222-4300

Longwood at Oakmont

412-826-5700

Manchester Commons

814-838-9191

Elmwood Gardens

814-864-4802

Oakwood Heights

814-676-8686

Presbyterian SeniorCare at Home

877-256-0055

Villa St Joseph

724-869-6300

Longwood At Home

412-826-6110

SeniorCare Network / Affordable Housing

412-435-8969

Management and Consulting Services

412-435-8969

Presbyterian SeniorCare Foundation

412-826-6195

Volunteer Opportunities

Click here to learn more

Media/Reporter Inquiries

412-826-6083 or 412-826-6080

New Wilmington Campus / Shenango on the Green

724-946-8821

Erie Campus

Elmwood Gardens: 814-864-4802/Manchester Commons: 814-838-9191

Oil City Campus

814-676-8686

  • Tuesday Table Ladies

    Check out this creative way some of our Longwood at Oakmont residents are helping us to raise funds for benevolent care. 

    'Theydunit it!
    Eight Longwood at Oakmont Residents Co-author Mystery Novel

    As the Tuesday Table Ladies gathered for dinner one evening, a question arose.

    “Where’s Muriel?” one of the women asked. That sounds like the title of a mystery, mused Doreen Boyce, the former head of the Buhl Foundation.

    Eventually, Muriel Weeks, former executive director of the Westmoreland County Mental Health Association, appeared. But this incident prompted her and seven other women in the group to write a mystery.

    The eight live in Longwood at Oakmont, a retirement community. So they decided to set their first book — “Where’s Laura?” — in Oakwood, a mythical retirement community located in a historic Maryland mansion.

    Proceeds from the book’s sales will benefit the Longwood Benevolent Fund of Presbyterian SeniorCare, which aids older people who have outlived their money.

    Read more about their riveting journey to becoming co-authors! 

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  • Your Holiday Home

    The annual Your Holiday Home event on Saturday morning November 12th featured laughter, fun and fellowship as mothers and daughters, girlfriends and business colleagues from throughout Washington gathered to kick off their holiday season and show support for the SeniorCARE FUND in Washington. The SeniorCare FUND provides benevolent care for residents who no longer have sufficient resources to pay for their care.

    This year, the event was held at the Hilton Garden Inn, Southpointe. We filled the room with over 350 guests! It was fantastic to see the Washington community rally around our organization! Guests were entertained with a breakfast buffet, a massive gift and basket raffle and holiday presentations.

    Click here to view photos from the day!

     

    Special thanks to the Your Holiday Home committee, community volunteers from throughout the Washington area who help to plan this special day. Front, L to R: Connie Simon, Christine O’Brien, Betty Courson, Betty Robinson and Gayle March. Back L to R: Lucy Johnson, Carolyn Campbell, Hila Saxer, Debbie O’Dell-Seneca, Bracken Burns, Christine McMurray, Donna Lukich and Pamela Stewart

    Special thanks to our sponsors

    Title Sponsor:


    Table Sponsors:
    - Campbell Stainless Products Co., Inc.
    - Community Bank
    - Friend of Presbyterian SeniorCare
    - Washington Financial

    Gold Sponsors: 
    - Susan and Jeffrey Dittmer
    - Waller Corporation
    - Washington Health System
    - WVU Medicine

    Silver Sponsors: 
    - Sarah F. Meyer
    - Mr. and Mrs. W. Bryan Pizzi II
    - Southpointe Investment Group
    - Southwestern Pennsylvania Eye Center

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  • The Silver Factory Experience

    Sparkly silver outfits. Disco lights. Go-go boots. Wigs and funky frames. You may think we’re talking about a movie from the 1970s, but we’re not – we’re talking about The Silver Factory Experience and about celebrating a milestone in our history. On November 5, we danced and celebrated 25 years of excellence in dementia care, marking the silver anniversary of the opening of our revolutionary Woodside Place dementia-specific personal care community on our Oakmont campus.

    The evening captured the same spirit of innovation and personalization as Warhol and his Silver Factory regulars in the 70s.  For those of you who were at the event, we cannot thank you enough for your enthusiasm and support. Whether you grooved on the dance floor or were a social butterfly – you made the scene, and made the evening special!  

    Click here to check out photos from the night!

    At the event, we presented awards to individuals and organizations who have helped to enhance the lives of older adults. Take a few moments to watch the awardee videos - you're sure to be inspired! 

    Judith Saxton, PhD: Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Presents The Samuel K. McCune Award for Distinguished Service 

    Christine and Pat O'Brien: Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Presents The Charles W. Pruitt Jr. Difference Award 

    Carnegie Museum of Art: Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Presents The Harry R. Edelman III Quality of Life Award 

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  • Our Charitable Mission

    At Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, we believe that ALL older adults deserve to live with dignity and respect - no matter where they are on their aging journey. At the heart of our mission is providing charitable care to those in our personal care communities who have outlived their resources. Watch to learn more.

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  • Annual Golf Outing at Oakmont Country Club

    On May 3, 2016, the 21st Annual Golf Outing featured an excited field of golfers at the historic Oakmont Country Club, located next door to our Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Oakmont campus.  Beautiful weather greeted the players who took on the challenging Oakmont course, site of the 2016 U.S. Open championship.  Residents, family members and employees volunteered their time to help with the event. Proceeds from the 2016 Golf Outing benefit the SeniorCARE FUND, which helps us continue our tradition of assisting residents who no longer have sufficient resources to pay for their care.

    Presbyterian SeniorCare thanks the following for their leadership support of the 21st Annual Golf Outing:

    • Mistick Construction- Title Sponsor
    • Huntington Bank - Signature Sponsor
    • National Equity Fund- Signature Sponsor
    • Cura Hospitality - Door Prizes Sponsor
    • UPMC Health Plan- Reception Sponsor
    • UPMC St. Margaret- Luncheon Sponsor
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To learn more, please call 412-826-6195 or click here to contact us.

2017 Pittsburgh Walk for a Healthy Community

May 13, 2017 – 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Stage AE, North Shore, Pittsburgh

We’re walking for our residents; help us to reach our $25,000 goal! Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is a participating organization in the Walk for a Healthy Community, an annual fundraiser underwritten by Highmark. That means that we receive 100% of the funds we raise. We are walking to raise funds for lifestyle engagment programming at each of our campuses and senior supportive housing communities.

REGISTER NOW!

You may register as an individual, create a team or join a team. Once registered, you can create your own fundraising webpage and share it with family, friends and co-workers encouraging them to donate to the Walk fundraising efforts! Thank you for helping us to reach our $25,000 goal!

CAN'T WALK? DONATE!

Even if you are unable to walk, you may still support Presbyterian SeniorCare Network by donating to the Walk! Thank you for your generosity!

REMEMBER...

We are all in this together! No matter how you are able to support us - whether that be through a personal donation, by walking or by creating a team to raise funds, every bit helps!

Each donation helps us to raise funds for lifestyle engagement programming at each of our campuses and in supportive housing. This means that you allow us to provide supplies, funds for trips, onsite entertainment, computer software and so much more to enrich the lives of our residents.

To register or donate, please click here


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