Angel Tree supports local seniors in need
Today, more than 345 PMMA residents depend on PMMA’s Good Samaritan Program. The program provides funding to assist residents who outlive their financial resources through no fault of their own, and we’re proud that no person has ever been asked to leave one of our communities based on their inability to pay.
To help provide peace of mind to seniors in need, please consider making a gift to Fort Scott Presbyterian Manor’s annual Angle Tree campaign. Every gift raised supports PMMA residents who can no longer afford care and services. You make it possible for residents to remain in their home through the Good Samaritan Program.
To make a contribution, please visit the front desk or go online to giving.presbyterianmanors.org/angel-tree-campaign. In recognition of your generosity, we will hang an ornament in your honor on our community’s Angel Tree.