Funds Impacted by Gifts
- Permanent Endowment Fund
The Permanent Endowment Fund has been set aside by the Board of Directors to provide long-term financial stability to the programs and property of Northcrest. The fund is invested conservatively to assure its viability and that Northcrest can fulfill its commitments to its residents. Currently 5% of its year-end balance is transferred to Northcrest, Inc. for its operating budget and to financial assistance within the Northcrest Community.
- Heartwood House Endowment
The Heartwood House Endowment was developed to provide financial assistance to residents of this specialized health care unit. Circumstances may create a financial situation that may limit a resident's ability to remain in the Heartwood House. The Foundation sets aside 5% of its year-end balance annually to be used for this assistance.
- Fund for the Future
The monies in this fund are unrestricted and are used by the Board for the betterment of Northcrest Community and its residents. The uses of the funds are determined by the Board of Directors to provide for important needs of the Northcrest Community.
- Special Projects Fund
This is a donor-restricted fund designated for future expansion opportunities to benefit Northcrest, Inc.
- Fox Family Professional Development Scholarship Fund
This fund was started by a gift from the Karl Fox Family in recognition of the outstanding care provided to Karl and Sylvia in the Health Care Center.
- Ye Hung Gee Memorial Fund
This fund was established to provide funds for staff continuing education across all departments. This is staff education above and beyond the ongoing education provided to staff on a regular basis by Northcrest.
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