The retirement years can be the most fulfilling years of life, and Royal Oaks is fortunate to have such generous donors to help facilitate the means of support and services to provide comfort, security and life satisfaction for the residents. Generosity is the core of our community.
Royal Oaks has three areas of need the Foundation, Fund Development, and Scholarship Fund. Donations to any of these areas are tax deductible as charitable contributions to a 501(c)(3) organization. Please contact Gretchen Cobb at 623-815-4111 for a further explanation of ways to give.
- The Foundation is committed to the belief that aging with dignity and grace includes freedom from financial worry. The Foundation strengthens the mission of Royal Oaks by providing financial support to residents through a confidential financial assistance program for those who can no longer partially or entirely pay for their residency.
- Fund Development enhances the campus through purchasing goods and services for the betterment of the campus; and also by financially supporting programs to benefit employees or residents, such as The Learning Tree, our lifelong learning program. In the past, this fund has provided such necessities as: wheelchair accessible transportation vans, hi-lo beds in the Health Care Center, a Cadillac to elegantly transport residents, a vision magnifier to assist residents in reading, automatic doors throughout the campus, a piano for the front lobby, remodeling the Health Care Center and construction of the Assisted Living Facility. A primary focus for the past two years has been assisting with building The Friendship House, the new memory care building in the Royal Oaks community.
- The Employee Scholarship Fund was established to assist employees with their pursuit of continuing education, college degrees, certifications and professional development. Employees may qualify after meeting certain criteria and petitioning the Scholarship Committee. Employees are also required to maintain an acceptable GPA throughout their education and uphold their employment status at Royal Oaks for a specified time period following completion of their classes.