Mission and compassion –
it’s who we are and why we’re here.
As a donor and part of our extended family, you understand the importance of the PMMA mission in our community. Our commitment to provide quality senior services guided by Christian values has not wavered.
For the first time in our history, our doors are closed (temporarily) to the greater community. We MUST stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect our residents. However, YOU can spread kindness and put a smile on a resident’s face.
So many folks want to help, and want to deliver a care package and supplies. Because of CMS and CDC guidelines, we CANNOT accept any packages right now from the public. You can, however, make a gift today so that we can order supplies and kits to spread love and care.
Ways to spread kindness:
- Mail in a gift to a PMMA community or to PO Box 20440, Wichita, KS 67208-1440.
- Make an online gift today by clicking here. It is quick and easy.
- Send a letter through the United States Postal Service to a resident.
- Share a letter, words of encouragement, or a picture with us and we will share throughout our entire network of care. Email us today at email@example.com.
- Visit our Facebook pages. There are amazing stories of joy and hope coming from our employees and residents as they live in these unique circumstances.
You are the difference.
PMMA exists with the help of people like you. People who believe in a mission to serve and make a difference in the lives of others by sharing gifts of time, talent and treasure.
And you can, too.
If you have the time, stop by one of our communities and get to know our residents. Talk to them. Listen to their stories. Or, just provide them with a little company. No gesture is too small to have a lasting effect.
If you have a talent, share it. Give a performance, lead a discussion or teach a new skill. Learning, experiencing and enjoying new things is an important part of life regardless of age.
If you have the financial means, or available resources, give. Each donation provided to PMMA will be utilized within the community to which it is given or one specified by its benefactor.
Some of the success stories
Good Samaritan Program“Knowing that mom receives such personalized care gives us great peace of mind. When she started to run out of funds, we were afraid we were going to have to find a new place for her, but luckily, the Good Samaritan Program was there to lend a hand.”
Art is Ageless® Program“At 94 and legally blind, my days of creating art are behind me, but I am still very interested in art and I know it can be of benefit to older people — whether it be through creative expression, education or service.”
Music & Memory℠ Program“The importance of recognizing each other’s humanity is one of the most important assets we can give to others. We walked away with stories, and an understanding that all people just want to tell their story and be heard. Hopefully, the music program will allow residents to remember even more of their stories.”
One More Time Program"We all had such a good time and it meant so much to Mother, Daddy, and I to see my brother up and enjoying himself. As a family, we haven't seen him laughing and visiting in the last year. It was such a blessing."
Employee Scholarship Program"I have so many student loans from starting my nursing education; I would not have gone back to school if I had not had access to the PMMA scholarship program. Getting another scholarship means continuing my career and advancing my opportunity as a nurse."
See what’s happening on our campuses, and in the lives of our residents, staff and volunteers.