Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Join Wesley in its fight to end Alzheimer’s! Alzheimer’s dementia is an important issue to Wesley communities. While our campuses feature independent, scenic living options, many who live and work at Wesley know someone who has been affected by the disease. Join the Wesley Walkers team in the fight to end Alzheimer’s and help us meet   Read more…


Wesley Gives BIG, Wednesday May 8!

Now, more than ever, you have the power to make a difference! The power of each person’s gift is remarkable. Every gift counts! Make a donation online or write a check to Wesley Community Foundation. TOGETHER, LET’S DO THIS! Your contributions help the people, places and programs that make Wesley special. We support programs that enrich the   Read more…


Bradley Park Spreads Christmas Cheer

Residents of Wesley Bradley Park in Puyallup are working together to give to three charities. After Thanksgiving, Wesley Bradley Park residents formed a small committee to coordinate donations to several charitable organizations that benefit the Puyallup communities. The group decided on three charities: Helping Hand House, Mountain View Community Center and Pierce College Puyallup Food   Read more…


The Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Do you know someone with dementia? Join Wesley in its fight to end Alzheimer’s! One in 10 people over the age of 65 has Alzheimer’s dementia, but many who live and work at Wesley know someone who has been personally affected by the disease. This makes it a very important cause for Wesley communities. Join the Wesley Walkers   Read more…


Drumming for the Health of it!

Sponsored by Wesley Community Foundation Wesley residents take up drumming to improve their well-being. As one of the world’s oldest musical instruments, drums have a place in every culture. From the ancient drum rhythms of African, Australian Aborigine and Asiatic rituals to keeping the beat for colonial marches, drums have played a major role in   Read more…


The Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Wesley Homes walks for people who love life™ in The Walk to End Alzheimer’s. One in 10 people over the age of 65 has Alzheimer’s dementia which makes this a very important cause for Wesley Homes communities. Please make a donation to advance the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association. Join the Wesley Walkers team   Read more…


Lea Hill Gives Back with a Community Blood Drive

Staff, residents and family at Wesley Homes Lea Hill donated blood to the Auburn community. An important goal for Wesley Homes has always been to be a part of the greater community through active involvement and charity work. That’s why Wesley Homes Lea Hill Human Resources Generalist Donna Hyder arranged for a local community blood   Read more…


GiveBIG! Now More Than Ever

By Julie Fraser, Wesley Homes Foundation Annual Giving Manager Philanthropy: the love of humanity – in the sense of caring for, nourishing, developing or enhancing; humanity in the sense of what it is to be human.* GiveBIG, our annual online charitable event, provides you with an opportunity to give a gift that positively impacts lives   Read more…


The Greatest Generation

By Julie Fraser, Wesley Homes Foundation Annual Giving Manager He and his peers are the touchstones of their culture – the courageous warriors of their youth and the sage warriors of our here and now. Award-winning journalist and television anchorman Tom Brokaw described the group of Americans born in the 1920s as The Greatest Generation.   Read more…


Thank You for Making a Difference

By Julie Fraser, Wesley Homes Foundation The 2016 Annual Tree of Lights was successful because of you. Thank you! Wesley Homes was built on philanthropy, and it is this core value of compassionate generosity which warms our collective spirit and brightens our communities. The adage, “‘Tis better to give than to receive,” is alive and   Read more…