Redmond retirement community Emerald Heights recently bestowed $160,000 in grants to several local Washington charities.
Each year, the community’s board of directors chooses nonprofit groups that not only represent continued health and the future of aging but which advocate for seniors in a variety of ways.
Organizations awarded this year by the Emerald Heights Community Grants Program include eight recipients: Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center at University of Washington; Congregations for the Homeless; EastWest Food Rescue; Food Bank Farm; Hearts and Hammers; Medic One Foundation; Samaritan Counseling Center; and the Sophia Way.
The grants exemplify Emerald Heights’ mission by contributing to the work the organizations do regionally every day. Find
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