We are approaching the development of our new campus at Ashland with a slightly different perspective. We envision a campus with a small town feel, built with independent living duplexes and congregate living apartments along with assisted living units in a home-like setting with state-of-the art design. We envision a campus surrounded by trees and gardens with a chapel for worship, a community center filled with quaint shops and areas where friends and families can gather to visit. It is our greatest desire to design a Christian retirement community that looks and feels like home, yet provides quality, affordable care as needs change due to aging.
You might ask, “Why should I support this new campus of The Baptist Home?” or “What makes The Baptist Home different than any other retirement community?” We believe that the care The Baptist Home provides is as unique as the culture in which it is provided. Our Philosophy of Care (www.thebaptisthome.org/philosophy) has evolved through caring for the aging for over a a century and focuses on fostering genuine relationships, independence, respect, community and fullness of life for each of our residents.
|Total Project Cost, Phase 1||$10,392,216|
|Less Total investment by TBH for land purchase and development||($1,320,000)|
|Less Independent Living Duplexes & Congregate Living Apartments**||($5,672,216)|
Phase 1 Balance for Benevolent Projects
**7 Independent Living Duplexes and one Congregate Living Apartment complex will be built in Phase 1 and those costs will be funded outside the Capital Campaign through rental agreements and Return of Capital arrangements.
The Baptist Home is offering several levels of Naming Opportunities for the Ashland Campus. If you are interested in giving to help the completion of a specific project, please contact an TBH Advancement Officer to begin the process. Below is an example of opportunities available. For additional opportunities not listed, please contact The Baptist Home or speak to one of our Advancement Officers about other giving level recognition.
|Assisted Living Home||$1,000,000|
|Congregate Living Home||$5,000|
|Chapel (*Ask us about the Mabee Challenge Grant!)||$225,000||Duke-Nelson|
|2 Two-Bedroom Apartments||$50,000/room=$100,000|
|6 One-Bedroom Apartments||$40,000/room=$240,000|
|12 Resident Rooms||$50,000/room=$600,000|
|Front Porch/Patio||$15,000||Maple and Hank Montgomery|
|Rear Porch||$10,000||Ellen Horton|
|Entryway/Foyer||$150,000||Leonard and Clara Erickson|
|Prayer Garden (outdoors)||$100,000|
|Outdoor Plaza||$100,000||Jim & Blanche Ranz, Jacob & Duncan Ranz, Henderson & Ina Grooms|
|Worship Furnishings||$30,000||George & Ruth Crafton|
|Chaplain’s Office||$30,000||Doris Overton|
|Social Worker Office||$25,000|
|Worship Equipment||$20,000||George & Ruth Crafton|
Need More information?
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