The Walker Methodist Foundation was established in 1975 to ensure high-quality programs and services are provided for our residents and patients.
The Walker Methodist Foundation provides a vibrant donation platform for funds to be used to support our programs, services, and capital needs for our residents and patients in all of our buildings. Donations can be made through a variety of methods, to learn more about how, contact The Foundation at email@example.com. In addition, our team is supported through the Foundation with training opportunities and the Pay It Forward Fund, an emergency assistance fund open to all employees. It is our hope to provide a lasting legacy for Walker Methodist for decades to come.
Through Well-wishes for Walker Methodist, you can send notes of encouragement to team members or give financial support. Learn more and show your support today.
Walker Methodist Foundation
11055 Wayzata Blvd, Minnetonka MN 55305
Spring 2022 | Winter 2021 | Fall 2021 | Summer 2021
Every day, donations are used to help provide rich and vibrant experiences for seniors. It can be simple, such as providing supplies for art programs, a new dance floor, or Spanish television for a resident... or bigger projects, such as a new community room or bus. Our goal, with your help, is to create even more opportunities for rich and full lives.
When you donate to the Walker Methodist Foundation, 100 percent of your dollars stay with our Residents, communities, programs, and team members. This fulfills our vision of being the best place to live and work.
Leaving a lasting legacy through Walker Methodist Foundation is a way to continue the care and mission into the future.
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Gifts to Walker Methodist Foundation are needed and truly appreciated.
Through the year, the Foundation hosts a variety of events to help build funds to support the services, programs, and communities of Walker Methodist.
Every June, we hold a 5k and 10k run and walk to raise money for programs and services for our more than 2,400 residents and patients. These programs and services are designed to improve the quality of life and health and wellness for the older adults living in our communities. Join the more than 500 participants ranging from 2 to 85 who are supporting this effort!