2014 Chesterfield Social Accountability Report

Report
Social
Accountability
Report
Fiscal Year 2014
FRIENDSHIP VILLAGE CHESTERFIELD
SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY 2014
FRIENDSHIP VILLAGE CHESTERFIELD
PURPOSE & RESPONSIBILITY
FRIENDSHIP VILLAGE CHESTERFIELD
SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY 2014
Overview
Throughout the history of Friendship Village
Chesterfield, the organization has made a
commitment to “give back” to the
communities it serves. Located in Chesterfield,
Missouri, the organization is home to more
than 400 seniors and employs more than 300
people from the St. Louis metropolitan region.
The following report shares the Social
Accountability results for Friendship Village
Chesterfield for Fiscal Year 2014 (July 1, 2013
through June 30, 2014) and explains in detail
the organization’s contributions.
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Overview
Purpose & Responsibility
According to the organization’s Articles of Incorporation, Friendship Village West County,
doing business as Friendship Village Chesterfield, was organized on September 9, 1973
for the purpose of constructing, building, owning, operating and maintaining a home for
the senior community. Its purpose is to provide housing, nursing care, and other
services. Our facilities to enable its elderly residents to live safe, productive and
independent lives. We also satisfy their needs for housing, health care and financial
security.
Friendship Village Chesterfield offers a full continuum of services for residents, including
independent and assisted living, as well as skilled nursing services. A local board of
directors governs Friendship Village Chesterfield and contracts with LifeCare® Services
of Des Moines, Iowa for management services.
Friendship Village Chesterfield, and its sister community Friendship Village Sunset Hills,
are the only two senior living communities in the St. Louis region to provide LifeCare®
services to residents.
A not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization, Friendship Village operates under the guidance of
the following mission and vision statements.
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Overview
Mission Statement: The Village shall be operated by
high moral standards according to Biblical guidelines;
in conducting its person and business affairs, in
making the Village each resident’s home, in caring for
each resident and staff member, and in providing
opportunities and challenges for the growth of each
resident and staff member.
Vision: To develop and maintain an environment to
serve senior adults, with a caring and self-sustaining
community that will provide facilities, security and
health care with excellence as their hallmark
according to Christian principles.
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LETTER FROM BOARD PRESIDENT LYDIA SIEBERT
Welcome to Friendship Village Chesterfield.
We are very proud of the journey and achievements we have made here at Friendship Village Chesterfield during
fiscal year 2014. We continue to provide exceptional senior care and services through the compassion of all and
the family atmosphere here at Friendship Village Chesterfield.
Our staff takes tremendous pride in the focus we place on our residents’ physical, emotional, intellectual, social,
and spiritual needs that continues to make Friendship Village Chesterfield the place to live. Our commitment to
give back to our community is still at the forefront of what Friendship Village Chesterfield is all about.
We are excited to share the responsibility we have shown to the community at-large. Please take a look back at
our amazing passage in the following pages, as we hope you enjoy this trip as we have enjoyed bringing our vision
for the future to you, our residents and staff. It is because of you that makes Friendship Village Chesterfield an
amazing place to live and work and the residents and staff a family.
We thank you for your continued support. We cannot do what we do without you!
Sincerely,
Lydia Siebert
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FRIENDSHIP VILLAGE CHESTERFIELD
SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY ACTIVITIES FY14
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Resident Volunteerism
Our Residents’ selfless acts of volunteering their time speak louder than words. The
Friendship Village Chesterfield Residents enjoy volunteering inside our community.
Our residents not only volunteered within our walls but took it to the community at
large.
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Employee Volunteerism
The Employees of Friendship
Village Chesterfield go above
and beyond their work load.
Our employees volunteered in
communities across the St.
Louis metropolitan community.
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Employee/Resident Charitable
Activities
Friendship Village Chesterfield
made donations to local deserving charities and
community organizations. With the help of our residents, board members, and
employees the following organizations received our support.
• YMCA of St. Louis
• Komen Race for the Cure
• Angel Tree Benefiting children of incarcerated
people
• Book Donation to Salvation Army
• Donation to Chesterfield/Fenton and Chesterfield
Chambers for golf outings
• STLPDA Group Fashion Show and Luncheon
• Autism Speaks
• Diabetes Organizations
• Alzheimer's Association
Chamber of Commerce
Memberships:
• Chesterfield
• West County
• Kirkwood/Des Peres
• Crestwood/Sunset Hills
• Fenton
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Employee/Resident Charitable
Activities
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Eagle Scouts
Boy Scouts
Parkinson’s Disease
Claymont Elementary School
MOPS
Parkway Baptist Church
Girl Scout/resident volunteerism
Kirk of the Hills
Mercy Mammography Van
Operation Food Search
Local parades
Sponsorship of Chesterfield and
West County Chamber events
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Educational Outreach
Friendship Village Chesterfield provides educational programs to the
residents, employees and general public.
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Friendship Village Chesterfield hosts
meeting space and or provides lunch
to 500 plus community professionals.
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Identity Theft seminar
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Honor Flight
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Wings of Hope
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Claymont Elementary School:
Generation to Generation
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Marquette High School: Veteran’s
• Financial Fitness Seminar
• Medicare Seminar
Biography Program
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OUR CHAPLAIN: JAKE BENNETT
Friendship Village Chesterfield has one Chaplain and one
Assistant Chaplain to meet all the spiritual needs of our
residents and staff. Our chaplains also visit our hospitalized
residents. Average visits are 4-5 visits each week throughout
the year.
Funeral/Memorial Services: 24 services have been planned and conducted.
Village Care Center Visits: Pastoral care averages 25 visits per week.
Residents/Employees - 1250 visits annually
Outreach Ministries:
• Mentors seminary students by preparing them with end of life issues. Chaplain
Bennett presents at area churches to raise awareness about end of life issues and
personal Counseling to approximately 11 residents and employees each month.
Ongoing Counseling:
• Covenant Theological Seminary: Seminary students provide free counseling for the
residents. Chaplain Bennett has devoted eight hours of training with them, along with
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VILLAGE CHESTERFIELD
an additional two hours speaking to a group of seminary
interns.
SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY 2014
Resident Spiritual/Counseling
Support
Friendship Village hosts trips to Israel and
Washington DC with the chaplain.
• Israel Trip: 6 residents have
attended
• Washington DC Trip: 8 residents
have attended
Bible Studies:
• 59 residents, on average, are in attendance among
the five weekly Bible Study classes
• Devotions are held each week attracting an average
of 40 residents altogether
Worship Services:
• Friendship Village Chesterfield, offers two worship
services each Sunday
• Approximately 100 residents attend worship services
hosted in our activity room and Village Care Center
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Personal Property Taxes
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Real Estate: $367,690.06
Personal Property: $39,311.47
Total: $ 407,001.53
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Benevolence
Friendship Village Chesterfield
provides Benevolent Care if residents
resources diminish as needs increase.
We thank our generous donors that
help our residents at this time of
need of restoring their hope and
protect their dignity. The need for
benevolent care for residents at
Friendship Village Chesterfield
continues to increase.
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Friendship Fund
We are fortunate to stay true to our mission
because of the generosity of others to our
Friendship Fund.
Friendship Village Chesterfield has not altered
the level of care and service it provides,
despite the fact that costs continue to increase
and the government continues to offer fewer
subsidies for long-term care.
Friendship Village Chesterfield has contractual
agreements with Medicare, Medicaid, other
third party insurances. Regardless of the
reimbursement received, even when it falls
short of the cost of care, Friendship Village
Chesterfield will continue providing
comprehensive care.
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In the Year Ahead
Friendship Village Chesterfield will continue to work with our community and
various organizations to enrich the lives of our Friendship Village family.
Below are just a view things we have planned for next year:
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Volunteer opportunities to help residents stay involved in the community
Educational programs to support residents in staying active
Benevolent Care program to enrich the lives of our residents
Recycling possibilities to engage our Friendship Village family and
community in living healthier
Community engagement occasions to connect residents with officials and
legislators
Interactive events to enhance employee involvement in their community
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Financial
• Resident Volunteer Hours For Friendship Village
Chesterfield: Over 4,000
• Resident Volunteer Hours in the Community atlarge: Approximately 1,500
• Employee Volunteer Hours: Over 3,000
• Donations made on behalf of Friendship Village
Chesterfield to Charitable Organizations: $20,000
• Benevolence Care: Nearly $25,000
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Friendship Village Chesterfield
15201 Olive Blvd
Chesterfield, Mo. 63017
636.733.0153
www.FriendshipVillageSTL.com
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SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY 2014

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