Peace Care St. Joseph’s has been awarded a Community Grant in the amount of $5,000 from The Provident Bank Foundation. The grant award will be applied to Peace Care St. Joseph’s care for seniors with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
“We are most grateful for The Provident Bank Foundation’s generosity and support of our work,” said George Popko, Peace Care’s CEO. “This generous grant helps Peace Care St. Joseph’s continue to deliver the highest quality, faith-based care to our residents with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease,” continued Mr. Popko.
As their memories fail, elderly individuals require additional attention and stimulation. Peace Care St. Joseph’s, formerly the Cusack Care Center, is a leader in long term and sub-acute care, including those who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
“The care that Peace Care St. Joseph’s is providing to those who once cared for us, is a beautiful thing to observe”, said Jane Kurek, The Foundation’s ED. “These mothers, fathers, aunts and uncles will always be part of our individual life stories. On behalf of the board and staff of The Provident Bank Foundation, I want to express our appreciation to the staff at St. Joseph’s for their work.”
Event article featured on The Hudson Reporter – Jersey City Briefs.
Comments are closed.