“We believe that it is our profound responsibility to breathe life into the communities that we operate in…” says Jonathan Barbieri, VP, Marketing at Greenfield
June 23, 2017
This past year, Greenfield Senior Living entered into a partnership with The Child & Family Network Centers to provide schooling for low-income children in the Alexandria area. The funding and support that Greenfield Senior Living provides affords these children and their families access to high quality, free education, school supplies, food, and basic healthcare. On Friday, June 16th, Greenfield Senior Living joins The Child & Family Network Centers to celebrate the lives of these 136 students as they graduate from pre-school fully prepared to join their fellow peers in Kindergarten.
“We believe that it is our profound responsibility to breathe life into the communities that we operate in and there is no greater honor than that of helping, serving, and supporting those in need.” says Jonathan Barbieri, Vice President of Marketing at Greenfield Senior Living.
Greenfield Senior Living plans to continue working with The Child & Family Network Center supporting and encouraging these young children in anyway possible. Their support will range from a renovation of the classroom to a new opportunity for an intergenerational program that brings together the children and the residents from nearby Greenfield communities. Greenfield Senior Living believes that to accomplish our mission and to truly live our core values, we must serve not only our residents, but the community as a whole.
About The Child & Family Network Centers
The Child & Family Network Centers, CFNC, is an Alexandria-based network of 8 free, high-quality bi-lingual preschools that provide low-income children with the tools they need to…