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2018 Annual Report

TINLEY PARK, Ill. (February 2019) — From continued expansion in Indiana, to a new service offering called “Providence Solutions” to help anyone navigate the world of aging, Providence Life Services continues to strive to achieve our mission of enhancing the live of those we serve in the name of Jesus Christ. Read more about these and other details of our ministry this past year in our 2018 Annual Report. Each year’s Annual Report gives the entire Providence family an opportunity to look back at God’s leadership and look around at the broad expanse of skills, personalities, and locations He has brought together to do His work. We pray you will be blessed as you catch a glimpse of the ministry that has been accomplished in 2018. Click here to download the 2018 Annual Report.        

Facebook and PayPal to help Giving Tuesday impact even more

Each year on Giving Tuesday, nonprofit organizations rally their supporters for a day of maximum impact. Following the retail events of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday provides an opportunity for people around the world to support what matters most to them and share that support with their social media networks. We’ve set a big goal: #Help100Tuesday: Raise $25,000 in a single day, enough to pay for 100 days of care for our residents. We can’t achieve it without you. Facebook and PayPal are working together to match all non-profit Facebook donations, beginning Giving Tuesday at 7 a.m. Facebook and PayPal are working together to match all non-profit Facebook donations, beginning at 7 a.m. Tuesday morning, Nov. 27th, until they have donated $7 million dollars. That’s why we are encouraging our supporters to use Facebook on Giving Tuesday to make the most of those dollars. Beginning at 7 a.m., go to our Providence Life Services Facebook page (or any of the communities’ Facebook pages), and click the “Donate” button to allow us to take advantage of the matching dollars before they run out. Donations up to $250,000 per nonprofit and $20,000 per donor are eligible to be matched. And, […]

2017 Annual Report

TINLEY PARK, Ill. (February 2018) — From new expansions in Indiana, to new leaders being developed through mentoring, Providence Life Services continues to strive to achieve our mission of enhancing the live of those we serve in the name of Jesus Christ. Read more about these and other details of our ministry this past year in our 2017 Annual Report. Each year’s Annual Report gives the entire Providence family an opportunity to look back at God’s leadership and look around at the broad expanse of skills, personalities, and locations He has brought together to do His work. We pray you will be blessed as you catch a glimpse of the ministry that has been accomplished in 2017. Click here to download the 2017 Annual Report. For a list of our generous community of Donors in 2017, please click here.        

2016 Annual Report

TINLEY PARK, Ill. (March 2017) — From new developments, to new interns, to new programs, to new models of care — Providence Life Services has had a busy year! Read the details in our 2016 Annual Report. You’ll find stories and photos about Providence communities and services throughout Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. Each year’s Annual Report gives the entire Providence family an opportunity to look back at God’s leadership and look around at the broad expanse of skills, personalities, and locations He has brought together to do His work. We pray you will be blessed as you catch a glimpse of the ministry that has been accomplished in 2016. Click the image to download the PDF.

Active at Any Age at Victorian Village

HOMER GLEN, Ill. (October 2016) — Active Aging Week at Victorian Village wrapped up recently, but residents at the senior living community will still have plenty of opportunities for an active lifestyle. The community’s Active Aging Week included a “Balance Boot Camp” as part of the on-going Senior Fitness program. Exercise opportunities provided by Senior Fitness all year long are helping residents maintain their health and strength, so they can enjoy a more active retirement. Not all the activities at Victorian Village require a regimen of cardio or weight training. There are classes — like the new American Sign Language class attended by several residents – and clubs, like the Knit & Stitch group that recently raised funds to support the Alzheimer’s Walk for the Cure. The Life Enrichment Department at Victorian Village also gives residents a chance to get off campus, whether or not they have a car in the parking lot. They take trips to grocery and department stores, as well as field trips to places like the theater, the planetarium, or a forest preserve — all on their brand new bus. One new opportunity coming up for residents is the chance to travel to a local school […]