Types of Giving:



Unrestricted or discretionary funds are important to nonprofit organizations.  These undesignated contributions provide available funding that can easily and quickly be directed to areas of the most need.




The Friendship Foundation has established several charitable giving funds. Donors may designate their contributions to the Friendship Foundation to a specific fund or purpose at Glencroft.  Some of the possible funds include:


The Campus Wide Fund provides support for projects related to the whole Glencroft campus.


The Care Center Fund provides funds for projects at Providence Place, Glencroft’s skilled nursing facility.


The Sarah Ruth Endowment Fund provides for the future needs and growth of Glencroft.  Interest earned from this fund helps to pay for building construction, facility repairs and maintaining current programs for our residents.


The Spiritual Life Fund supports the Spiritual Life program at Glencroft. As a community founded on Christian principles, Glencroft has a robust spiritual life program to complement our campus life activities. Open to the public is our Community of Faith at Glencroft church, weekly vespers service, daily devotionals, various prayer groups and bible studies as well as mission efforts to extend to local and global needs.


The Zion Endowment Fund provides assistance through the Resident Benevolent Fund for those residents who need additional financial support to take care of life’s necessities.


Please feel free to contact the Friendship Foundation staff to discuss how you would like your gift to be used.

Ways to Give:

Heritage Society:

The Friendship Foundation Heritage Society was established to recognize those generous individuals who have planned to leave a legacy to Glencroft that will help to carry on the organization’s mission. By making a planned gift, these supportive friends help to ensure that Glencroft will continue to provide quality services for seniors in this community for years to come.



Individuals become members of the Heritage Society by making us aware that they have made a planned gift to the Friendship Foundation.


Donations come in the form of naming the Foundation as a beneficiaray of a will or trust, the gift of an annuity, or any other planned giving vehicle.



How Donations are Used


Members have the opportunity to discuss with Foundation staff how they would like their gift to be used.

Options include helping to grow the Zion or Sarah Ruth Endowment Funds, funding for a special project or program, or for wherever there is the greatest need...



How to Join


It is easy to become a member. If you have already made provision for Glencroft in your estate planning or if you would like more information about how to make a planned gift, contact:



Wendy Harrold
Development Assistant

Form 990's


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Audited Financial Statements


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