Campaign Progress

The Village that YOU are Building!


Generous patrons stepping forward with contributions ranging from $10 to over $1,000,000 in the first two years of The Campaign to Revolutionize Care have helped us reach the midpoint of our $10 million campaign!  THANK YOU, FRIENDS!
 
We are proud to highlight some of the leadership commitments made thus far.  These Campaign commitments have made advancements possible in a number of critical areas, resulting in meaningful benefits to our clients and staff.  Many more opportunities are available.
 

  • In February 2012, a 15-station dialysis center opened in Wexner Heritage House, thanks to the vision and generosity of Sonia Modes Schottenstein. Vital dialysis services are now being provided to those residing on our campus as well as in the community.

  • Major gifts from Leslie and Kurt Malkoff, The Columbus Jewish Foundation, the Lewin Family/Hamilton Parker Company Foundation and several other donors made possible the opening of a new, 10-unit, memory care assisted living residence (The Cottage) on the WHV campus in fall 2011.

  • A gift from Huntington Bank funding the construction of the WHV Institute Education Center, which serves as a hub for staff training, consumer education, and innovative programs and partnerships that lead to better models of care. Future donor commitments will fund the addition of nursing and computer labs and a simulated patient room.

  • A Challenge Grant from Leslie and Abigail Wexner is supporting crucial technology upgrades and providing for a future dollar-for-dollar match on contributions that propel the campaign beyond its $10 million goal.

  • Geri and the late Ed Ellman recognized the importance of bolstering unrestricted support and inspired other families to join them in directing their campaign gifts to the Wexner Heritage Village Greatest Needs Fund.

  • The Sharfin and Ungar Families, along with several other families who have been touched by the hospice experience, led the way with major support to enable the expansion of palliative care services at Zusman Hospice.

  • The Cammeyer Family initiated the Love & Hugs Bear Program to provide every patient of Zusman Hospice with a special bear (or other furry friend) to bring them love, hugs, comfort and support as they are facing their end-of-life journey.

  • The Columbus Jewish Federation and Columbus Jewish Foundation provided leadership support to drive the progress of our Home Care and wellness services.
     
We welcome the opportunity to work together with people like you to identify the most meaningful ways for your involvement and fulfillment.
 
Wexner Heritage Village is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization, and relies upon the generous financial support of our community members who donate each year.  For details, see Giving Opportunities.