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With this in mind, the LCS Foundation was created to focus on these areas:
The LCS Foundation 2020 Annual Report has been released. The document provides an overview of events and happenings of 2020 including these highlights:
The purpose of the nonprofit LCS Foundation is to further the efforts of our four core areas of focus through charitable contributions. The LCS Foundation is managed by an 15-member board of directors; each is connected to the field of senior living and has a deep passion for serving seniors.
The LCS Foundation Ed & Sue Kenny Scholarship is designed to promote the education and the professional development of undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree in the field of senior lifestyle services. This will be accomplished primarily by offering academic scholarship awards to qualifying students.
Completed applications are due November 1, annually.
The LCS Foundation is supported by people who recognize the good in our purpose, and who want to help further our causes through a financial contribution. Every person who contributes to the LCS Foundation is working with us to celebrate the first Alzheimer’s survivor, assist our employees in a time of need, and inspire the next generation of our workforce. To learn more about the LCS Foundation, view our brochure.
“The LCS Foundation has been a dream for many of us at LCS for a number of years and was established to give back to this rewarding profession and the seniors we serve, both today and future generations.” Ed Kenny, LCS Foundation board president.
President, LCS Foundation
Vice President, LCS Foundation
President and CEO, LCS
Secretary & Treasurer, LCS Foundation
Assistant Controller, LCS
Elisa Baptiste, VP/Chief Operating Officer, CPS
Diane Benoit, Retired VP/Director of Client Services, Life Care Services
Joe Brucella, Retired SVP/Director of Operations Management, Life Care Services
Scott Doherty, VP/Sr. Director of Operations Management, Life Care Services
Sarah Dorr, VP/Director of Debt Placement, LCS Real Estate
Monica Friedman, EVP/Chief Human Resources Officer, LCS
Jason Jorgenson, VP/Director of Development Services, LCS Development
Brett Logan, SVP/Sr. Director of Operations Management, Life Care Services
Robert Perry, Director of Operations Management, Life Care Services
Bridgette Uhlemann, Corporate Counsel, Director of Legal and Compliance, LCS
Jeri Uhlmansiek, National Marketing Director, LCS
The LCS Foundation has announced it is now accepting applications for the 2021 Ed and Sue Kenny Scholarship through November 1, 2021. The scholarship is designed to promote the education and professional development of undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree in the field of senior lifestyle services. The scholarship is open to qualifying students across the country. Click here to read the full article.
Northwood University (NU) has announced Jaylynn Slabic as a recipient of the LCS Foundation University Scholarship. Slabic is from Gladwin, Michigan, and graduated from Gladwin High School. She is a senior pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in health care management and minoring in cybersecurity. Click here to read the full article.
In 2020, the world faced many challenges as a result of COVID-19. The impact was felt across the U.S. and throughout the senior living industry. The pandemic dominated the news for the past year, and now people are talking about how things have changed. Click here to read the full article.
More than 80 events held nationwide The LCS Foundation, in partnership with LCS and its Family of Companies, raised more than $510,000 to help in the fight against Alzheimer’s. In 2020, LCS and senior living communities managed by Life Care Services participated in more than 80 Walk to End Alzheimer’s events across the country. Click here to read the full article.
As we watch the news headlines, we understand the future of the aging population and what it means to 73 million boomers. As baby boomers age and people remain active later in life, there will be an increased demand for aging services. A core focus of the LCS Foundation is recognizing the importance of developing future leaders of the senior housing and care profession. This challenge is being addressed by the Foundation and other partners across the U.S. Click here to read the full article.
Vision 2025, a national campaign to bolster the education and development of long-term care and senior living leaders, received funds from the LCS Foundation. The initiative is working toward more degreed programs at colleges and universities around the U.S. to support careers in senior living. Click here to read the full article.