The AHEPA Senior Living (ASL) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the distribution of $500,000 in grants to nonprofit charitable and service organizations.
“Congratulations to this year’s round of grantees,” ASL Chairman of the Board Ike Gulas said. “We are proud to support these worthy mission-driven organizations. In doing so, we strengthen vital life-saving services for survivors of domestic violence and their families, advance opportunities for access to education, bolster critical at-home nutritional services for vulnerable seniors, support programs that empower and celebrate women, and encourage volunteerism.”
The board announced the grant recipients at this year’s annual board meeting held in Las Vegas, July 21 to 23.
Since 1996, AHEPA Senior Living has supported nonprofits, including the Order of AHEPA, Daughters of Penelope, Sons of Pericles, and Maids of Athena to an amount that exceeds $9 million.
Serving more than 5,000 older adults across the United States, AHEPA Senior Living (ASL) is a mission-driven, nationwide provider of affordable independent and assisted senior living communities.
Since 1980, it has developed and has managed more than 90 affordable senior housing communities in 21 states administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly program.
Through its subsidiaries, ASL owns and manages four affordable assisted living communities with 532 units in Indiana.
The mission of ASL is to provide older adults with safe, healthy, and enriching affordable residential communities and quality services that allow them to thrive and enjoy peace of mind.
ASL is based in Fishers, Ind.