As a non-profit organization, Westminster Canterbury relies on its Foundation to raise funds to support its residents and programs. Our volunteer Board of Directors seeks to create a culture of philanthropy and stewardship that empowers donors to make transformative gifts that represents their passions to support the mission of Westminster Canterbury of Lynchburg.
Chaplain Discretionary Fund
WCL Employees Need Your Help
The COVID-19 pandemic is unsettling for all of us. The future is uncertain, unknown right now. Many employees at Westminster Canterbury-Lynchburg are experiencing financial strain because a household member has been laid off from work; others have challenges finding child care services. Help ease the burdens of our employee heroes who work hard every day to provide all the care our residents need. Thank you!
FELLOWSHIP ENDOWMENT FUND
Our Fellowship Endowment Fund is the core focus of the Foundation’s activities. Donations to the Fellowship Fund provide confidential assistance to residents who may find themselves in financial difficulty through no fault of their own. Thanks to the generosity of friends and neighbors, our members are secure in the knowledge that they will always be able to live on our campus.
EMPLOYEE EDUCATION FUNDS
Westminster Canterbury is firmly committed to helping employees who wish to continue their education. Family scholarships and the Payne Family Employee Education Fund help part-time and full-time workers pursue educational opportunities. Donations to these funds translate into a better educated and more highly skilled workforce in our community.
It doesn’t matter what style of music you like, music connects us with memories that bring joy. You have the power to bring joy and peace to our residents by making a donation to this program. Your gift can support an hour of music, a week of music, a month or more.
"Anything that moves you that much is also healing. I love music, but this is different…this is special."
For more information about charitable giving at Westminster Canterbury, contact Debbie Callahan, Vice President, (434) 386-3507, or by email click here.