Nazareth Home is proud to announce it recently received a grant from the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels (HOKC) in the amount of $20,000 to purchase new kitchen equipment for its Clifton Campus located at 2120 Payne St.
With two campuses in Louisville, Nazareth Home enriches the lives of its patients through personal care, memory care, rehabilitation-to-home, and long-term care programs. Nazareth Home believes in “person-centered care,” which means meeting the unique needs of each elder by empowering them through personal choices.
“We are appreciative of our partnership with the HOKC and incredibly grateful for the generous funding they have provided,” said Craig Jennings, Nazareth Home’s Chief Operating Officer and Clifton Campus Administrator. “Our dietary team works diligently to ensure that the individual nutritional needs of each elder are met on a daily basis. Having new kitchen equipment helps them in this pursuit to provide a nourishing, well-balanced diet for residents.”
HOKC will award $3.1 million in grants supporting 314 non-profits, impacting more than 3.9 million Kentuckians. Grants are made possible through donations from contributing Kentucky Colonels from throughout the Commonwealth and around the world who chose to exercise this honor in a meaningful way.
“Through extremely generous individuals, we were able to increase our regular grant impact for the Good Works Program by over $1 million,” said Gary Boschert, Commanding General for HOKC. “This year, we are awarding $3.1 million, the most money we have ever been able to spend on the program.”
For more information about Nazareth Home, visit nazhome.org.