Maple Knoll Communities celebrates dedicated supporters at 2013 National Philanthropy Day
Maple Knoll Communities, a non profit organization that includes the exceptional retirement communities of Maple Knoll Village and the Knolls of Oxford, Sycamore Senior Center, three affordable HUD Senior Living Residences, Maple Knoll Home Health Services, WMKV 89.3 FM Radio Station, a Montessori Child Center, and the Hemsworth Wellness Center, is proud to have a dedicated group of supporters that shares their mission.
Once a year, Maple Knoll Communities is able to recognize these individuals at National Philanthropy Day.
National Philanthropy Day is run by The Association for Professionals in Aging and is a special day that is set aside to recognize individuals, organizations, and businesses that support Cincinnati’s vibrant community. On Thursday, Nov. 14, Maple Knoll Communities recognized 13 individuals for their dedication to Maple Knoll Village, Sycamore Senior Center, and WMKV 89.3FM. These individuals- John and Helen Anderson, Zoe Ashley, Jerry and Pat Bennett, Hoyt Chaloud, John Hughes, Carl Ruble, Robert C. Griffin, Hector Rios, Dorothy Vice, Pauline Lutmer, and Dottie Polasky- have either volunteered their time and services or provided support through charitable donations.
The event was held at the Duke Energy Convention Center and was kicked off by Honorary Chairperson Rob Reifsnyder from United Way of Greater Cincinnati. The room was filled and during lunch keynote speaker Ron Hall, advocate, author and international art dealer, shared his experience as a life long volunteer.
Maple Knoll Communities was honored to be able to bring 13 extraordinary individuals to this event and honor their commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. Congratulations to everyone being honored.