The Lincoln Hills Foundation now accepts online donations, it is easy and secure. Please visit our [DONATIONS]webpage for details.
Classes include training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the use of the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), and the performance of the Heimlich maneuver for choking.
If you are interested, there are classes scheduled for: Jun 12, Aug. 21, Sep 12, and Oct. 30. The fees are: $10 for CPR/AED with certification and a manual, $10 for CPR/AED/First Aid without certification or manual, and $20.00 for CPR/AED/First Aid with certification and a manual. Classes are taught by a certified instructor. The cost is supplemented by the Foundation as a public service. CPR training usually costs $70.00 or more.
If you have a question, please contact Vern Chong by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lincoln Hills Foundation
Assists with Care Management
The Lincoln Hills Foundation recently gave an initial grant of $5,000 to the Eskaton Foundation to assist seniors in our community who might otherwise be unable to receive the Care Management Services offered though Resource Connectors.
The Foundation is participating in a public awareness campaign designed to inform area seniors about the availability of the RC program and will also inform seniors about other similar resources that might become available in the future.
Some individual members of the Lincoln Hills Foundation Board of Directors are serving in an advisory capacity to Resource Connectors.
Vern Chong, LHF Grants Chairman, Kim Rhinehelder,President Eskaton Foundation, Bob Free LHF Treasurer, Wendy Star Eskaton Program Manager)
Del Oro Caregivers Support
Since 2009, the Foundation has provided respite services to senior caregivers in the Lincoln community through an agreement through the Del Oro Caregivers Support Center. This important "time off" for the caregivers provides them with opportunities to care for themselves. The Foundation has provided $25,000.00 in grants for respite services to senior caregivers of seniors with Alzheimer's/Dementia and chronic diseases.
The Executive Director of Del Oro, Michelle Nevins and the President of the Foundation, Jerry Johnson, renewing the agreement to continue respite services for the senior caregivers in the Lincoln community.
Presentation of a check for $5,000.00. Jerry Johnson, Lincoln Hills Foundation; Michelle Nevins, Executive Director, Del Oro; Vern Chong, Chairman, Grants Committee.
Happy Winners at the September 10th Lincoln Hills Foundation Bingo
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Orchard Creek Ballroom
Lunch special at the Meridians
Bingo Sheet Sales at 12:30PM
Games Begin at 1:00PM