IN SUPPORT OF LOCAL NONPROFITS
“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.”
– Hebrews 10:24
We love the towns and cities in which our MorningStar communities are nestled, and want to display that civic pride in demonstrable ways. We see volunteerism within local nonprofits as another way to honor God through servant-leadership.
While there is no shortage of worthy causes with which to align, we favor organizations whose mission is centered on the poor, the neglected and the marginalized. And whenever possible by the nature of the work, we invite MorningStar residents to join us in these acts of service by the giving of their time and talent as well.
RALLYING FOR THE
Do It For Love
In wisdom, our residents teach the rest of us how to live, reminding us that life’s deepest satisfaction is found when we give ourselves away in service to others. One obvious place to start is the Alzheimer’s Association. Out of love for the memory-impaired, MorningStar has long been an enthused supporter of this prominent awareness and research organization.
We Long for a Cure
In radiant service to the memory-impaired, MorningStar hosts uplifting celebrations and fundraisers on “The Longest Day” (summer solstice), a designated day of awareness established by the Alzheimer’s Association.
Step Up, Step Out to End Alzheimer’s
Every Fall, MorningStar teams walk in joyful strides at the “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” event in the cities in which we have communities.