Less than a week after Thanksgiving, a panel will address opportunities for “Creative Giving” at the Henderson House in Weston, Mass on November 28, 2012. The discussion is co-sponsored by the Foundation for MetroWest and North Hill, the next evolution in senior living.
With a call to action of “Follow Your Passion Close to Home,” the discussion takes a look at how Boston-area residents of any age can support their passions and their community. The panel features Foundation for MetroWest partners such as:
- The Danforth Museum of Art
- New England Wild Flower Society
- The Rivers School Conservatory
- Barker Steel LLC
- Bowditch & Dewey
- New York Life
Judith Salerno, Executive Director of Foundation for MetroWest, will moderate the panel.
Paul Duffy, Community Development Director for North Hill, said the senior living community signed on as an event sponsor because its message aligns with North Hill’s approach. “Making a difference through philanthropy does not require millions of dollars, but it does take some creativity” he said. “We see this every day at North Hill, as our residents pursue their passions and support interests as varied as Alzheimer’s research, mentoring local students and pet therapy.”
The panel discussion runs from 10a-11.30a on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at the Henderson House (99 Westcliff Road, Weston, MA). Space is limited. Reserve a seat by calling 781-433-6400 or by emailing RSVP@NorthHill.org.
ABOUT NORTH HILL: North Hill provides opportunities for vibrant living from its campus on the Needham/Wellesley line. Founded in 1984, a combination of location, the innovative Life Care financial model and exceptional quality in healthcare and hospitality service have made North Hill one of the most sought-after retirement communities in Massachusetts. The North Hill vision is to be the leading provider of the most progressive, personalized healthcare and hospitality services to older adults in the Northeast. To learn more, visit www.NorthHill.org.