The Warm Hearth Foundation strives to provide financial assistance to those residents of Warm Hearth Village who are unable to afford the full cost of their housing and care. Warm Hearth Village offers subsidies for room and board, healthcare services, transportation and assistance with medical and personal supplies.
Last year your support helped 227 residents on the Warm Hearth campus. Included in this number are Jackie and 26 of her neighbors who received donated goods or services helping them stay safe at home. Robert and 94 of his neighbors received monthly food assistance through our Micah's Soup for Senior's program in partnership with St. Michael's Lutheran Church. This assistance also comes in the form of housing, meals and nursing care provided by Warm Hearth Village to 38 residents at Showalter Center and the Kroontje Health Care Center. Grant funding provided by the Department of Housing and Urban Development has allowed us to hire a Resident Service Coordinator to assist 66 residents including Betty with medical, nutrition and energy assistance.
Warm Hearth has been a community partner in the New River Valley for over 40 years and proudly serves the counties of Montgomery, Giles, Pulaski, and Floyd as well as the city of Radford.