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“Be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10). Ken and Arloa Vander Kolk had a storybook marriage, says their daughter, Judy Levick. “It was an amazing love story. They were happily married for nearly 68 years.” Both from Zeeland, Michigan, their courtship began while Ken was a pre read more.
[caption id="attachment_8101" align="alignright" width="187"] Ardath McCall[/caption] Cook Valley Estates resident Ardath McCall has always been an active member of her community and has helped empower and encourage countless youth over the years through her life of service. Ardath grew up on read more.
Dear Friends of the UMRC and Porter Hills Foundations, We hope you are doing well and staying healthy during this very difficult time in our history. You are in our thoughts and prayers for your safekeeping. You should know how much we miss seeing your lovely faces and beautiful smiles. But we read more.
$100,000 Over Two Years Supports Dementia Training for LifeCircles PACE Team Members and Local Care Partners The Porter Hills Foundation is delighted to announce that it has received a Community Health Impact grant from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund (Health Fund). This two-year award of read more.
Porter Hills Foundation Receives Grant from Heart of West Michigan United Way Coronavirus Response Fund
$20,000 Award Supports Emergency Needs of Frontline Caregivers at Porter Hills The Porter Hills Foundation is excited to announce that it has received $20,000 from the Heart of West Michigan United Way Coronavirus Response Fund. This gift will support Porter Hills Foundation’s COVID-19 Emergenc read more.
Porter Hills Foundation Receives Grant Supporting Low-Income Older Adults at LifeCircles PACE-Holland
Community Foundation of Holland/Zeeland and Partners Award $10,000 for Telehealth Initiatives The Porter Hills Foundation is pleased to announce that it has received $10,000 from the Community Foundation of Holland/Zeeland, Grand Haven Area Community Foundation, and Greater Ottawa County United read more.
Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear aprons. A thankful granddaughter shares these words of gratitude: “Porter Hills’ amazing caregivers make my Grandma feel loved and cared for. More than once, she has told me how wonderful the staff is to everyone. Porter Hills wouldn’t be t read more.
At UMRC & Porter Hills, our direct care team members are there to provide care and comfort for the older adults we serve. Especially now, during the COVID-19 pandemic, these “Healthcare Heroes” are doing everything in their power to keep our residents safe and healthy. These include our read more.