The VNA Foundation of Greater North Penn (VNA) has awarded Peaceful Living a 2-year grant of $30,000 providing essential resources to support adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
“Peaceful Living is thankful for the work and commitment of the VNA Foundation of Greater North Penn. VNA is committed to strengthening our community. They partner with many non-profit organizations like ours, providing critical funding to the most vulnerable individuals,” said Christa Held, Director of Donor Engagement, Peaceful Living. “The trust demonstrated through this 2-year grant is deeply appreciated. It allows Peaceful Living to provide high-quality belonging for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Greater North Penn area.” Year 1 of this grant award will support the purchase of important fire safety training equipment.
Peaceful Living creates belonging for people with disabilities through family-style Residential homes, engaging Day Programs, and meaningful Family Services community participation programs. The VNA Foundation supports non-profit organizations that are making strides in providing or contributing to access to food, housing, and basic health needs in the Greater North Penn Area.
“Because of community support, the people we serve continue to grow, thrive, and contribute to the community. Partners like the VNA Foundation support the wellbeing of vulnerable individuals in our region and change perceptions about people with disabilities in our community. We are grateful,” reflects Juanita Nyce, Vice President of Mission Engagement.