All donors and donations appreciated at Fulton Presbyterian Manor

Donors to Fulton Presbyterian Manor can feel assured that their gifts are making a real difference in others’ lives.The community receives donations of money, clothing, crafts, puzzle books, magazines and labor. A majority of the financial gifts go to the Good Samaritan Fund, which supports residents who have outlived their resources for reasons beyond their own control.
August 1, 2019

Two staff members work to beautify outdoor areas for residents

Kellie Starling and Teresa Taullie know how much Fulton Presbyterian Manor residents enjoy spending time outdoors and that many of them tended gardens and outdoor spaces in their younger years.So, the two decided to create a little oasis in the courtyard near the healthcare front entrance where residents and their family and guests can enjoy the outdoors while visiting.It wasn’t an easy task. Kellie and Teresa spent three days turning the sparse area into a space filled with flowers
July 20, 2019

Angel Appeal appreciation

Thank you for all of the generous hearts who donated to our Angel Appeal campaign, which benefits our Good Samaritan Program. This program helps ensure that residents who have run out of resources through no fault of their own can continue calling this "home."Ms. Tresa AllenMrs.
February 1, 2019

How and Why to Teach Your Grandchildren About Gratitude

One of the best gifts you can give your grandchild isn’t something physical to wrap up and offer as a birthday present. Rather, you can help to instill a strong sense of gratitude in your grandchild with your words and actions, which can help the child see how much good is in his or her life.
February 11, 2018

4 Ways to Donate to Charity Without Writing a Check

Want to make a difference, but the budget doesn't allow? Consider donating something other than cash. [Photo credit: Getty Images][/caption]When it comes to donating to charity, sometimes our budgets don’t allow us to be as generous as we we’d like. But you needn’t always open your wallet to help others. Here are four ways to give back that don’t involve writing a check or making a credit-card donation. As a bonus, you might even declutter your home and earn a tax-write off.
August 29, 2017