McGregor Home serves close to 700 vulnerable seniors, but the foundation touches the lives of tens of thousands more through grantmaking.
The McGregor Foundation is at the forefront of this issue, eager to help meet the demand by working closely with schools and recruiting individuals into health care careers. Rob also sees overlap with the Fund in areas other than workforce, including work to improve access to jobs and increase neighborhood wealth.
The McGregor Foundation has three grantmaking priorities:
• Home and community-based care, particularly programs such as affordable housing with services.
• Workforce development, especially related to providing ongoing educational and training opportunities for workers engaged in direct contact with, or providing services for, seniors in home and community-based settings.
• Total quality of life programming for seniors in all settings. More...