UCHS Foundation established.
United Church of Christ (UCC) Family Fund created to provide for individuals closely associated with the UCC or its sister ministries.
First UCHS Foundation Golf Tournament held.
The Julius Society founded to honor legacy donors. 67 people were listed who had given a legacy gift from the founding of the organization through 2005.
UCHS Foundation led a capital campaign to build a new Community Center at Abernethy Laurels. Over $1 million was raised.
Julius Society topped 100 members.
UCHS Foundation spearheaded a capital campaign at Piedmont Crossing and raised $332,000 for a Healthcare project.
Laurels Boutique, a resale shop for gently used clothes and accessories, opened. All proceeds from the store benefit the Abernethy Laurels Capital Fund. To date, the shop has raised over $10,000.
Annual “All Hands on Deck” Employee Campaign began, raising $15,579 from 148 staff members at all UCHS locations.
Julius Society reached 194 members.
UCHS Foundation Golf Tournament celebrated its 10th consecutive year with a net result of $25,000 raised.
UCHS Foundation began the Defining Our Future, Honoring Our Heritage capital campaign to build a new Healthcare Center at Abernethy Laurels with a goal of $3.6 million.
Julius Society increased to 243 members. $3.4 million toward the Defining Our Future capital campaign goal was raised by Sept. 30.
$1,567,335 in donations with (16) new Julius Society Members and $968,285 in Legacy gifts received. The 13th Annual Golf Tournament and silent auction grossed $40,803.
$875,309 in donations with (9) new Julius Society Members and $345,086 in legacy gifts. The 14th Annual Golf Tournament grossed $28,036. The Foundation hosted the 1st Annual Davidson County Luncheon, honoring Mr. Jack Frank, with donations totaling $45,080.
In August we celebrated the grand opening of Phase 1 (North Manor) of our Healthcare Center project at Abernethy Laurels.
$905,011 in donations with (9) new Julius Society Members and $324,241 in legacy gifts. We remembered sisters Avis & Marilyn Shumaker, from Lake Prince Woods--at this year's Julius Society dinner in September--for their surprise legacy gift of $1.6 million dollars. The 50X50 campaign was revealed at all three Julius Society Dinners. The campaign was created to gain fifty new Julius Society Members by our 50th anniversary in 2021.
This year's 15th Annual Golf Tournament was the most successful yet with a gross of almost $41,000.
The 2nd Annual Davidson County Luncheon was held at Lexington Golf Club, honoring Mr. Dwight Hedrick, and grossed $45,805.
South Manor- Phase II healthcare center opened to residents on January 24th.
The 3rd Annual Davidson County Luncheon was held at Commons on the Green in Lexington on April 12th and grossed $43,136.