In 2000, when Tracy Powell joined what was then the Episcopal Homes Foundation (now Covia, a Front Porch partner) to support its accreditation process, the organization’s outreach program was minimal. In the process of working toward accreditation, Tracy reports, “Board members, executive staff, and residents asked, ‘shouldn’t we be doing more?’” Initially hired as a
From anecdotes and experiences to events and innovation, this is where it all comes together. Hear firsthand from our residents and staff and see how their stories paint a picture of Front Porch.
Over 50 people collaborated to create a video highlighting Front Porch’s mission, vision, and values, which premiered on July 30th. Featuring the authentic voices of Front Porch residents and staff, the three and a half-minute video invites people to reflect on how they live out Front Porch’s Core Values – Connect, Build Trust, Collaborate, Lead
It could be said that although Casa de Mañana residents and legally blind artists Alicia Haughney and Ron Landells may have lost much of their sight, they have never lost their vision – or their passion for painting. “To me, art is making something better,” Alicia said. “Not being able to see well presents challenges