Cummings Center

GOVERNORS PROGRAM

the power of giving

The Cummings Centre is renowned for its life-changing social services and incredible programming, particularly in support of seniors. Through the generosity of donors, the Cummings Centre is able to offer a wide range of services that enhance the quality of life for older adults, providing them with the social, educational, and recreational opportunities they need to stay engaged and active.

Each year, the Cummings Centre Foundation’s Governors Program mobilizes a network of dedicated supporters who understand the importance of sustaining the Centre’s vital programs. These contributions ensure that seniors have access to services such as mental health support, fitness classes, cultural activities, and social events. The annual giving campaign is not merely a fundraising effort; it is a community-building endeavor that fosters a sense of belonging and support among members and donors alike.

By supporting the Governors Program, donors are making a tangible difference in the lives of seniors. Their contributions help create a vibrant community where older adults can thrive, stay connected, and maintain their independence. The Cummings Centre’s commitment to providing exceptional services and programming would not be possible without the ongoing support from the Foundation’s annual giving campaigns, highlighting the profound impact that collective generosity can have on the well-being of seniors.

Here are some ways Governors’ contributions impacted Centre members:

GOVERNOR CATEGORIES
LIFE GOVERNOR $5,400
GOLD GOVERNOR $1,000
GOVERNOR & GOLDA $600
SILVER GOVERNOR $500
GOVERNOR $300
GOLDA MEIR GOVERNOR $300

“Deeds of giving are the very foundations of the world.”
Mishna, Pirkei Avot 1:2

 

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To distinguish yourself as a Governor or to find out more about the Governors program,
please call Annie Bensoussan

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