Volunteers Are at the Heart of Our Efforts.

Texas Communities Have More To Look Forward To With Each New Program.

Much of the success of the SQLC Charitable Foundation is based on the dedicated efforts of our Resident volunteers: advocates of active lifestyles who bring to their own communities the ideas and motivation that we strive to bring to all Texas seniors. They know how important it is to aim for personal fulfillment, intellectual involvement and outstanding health care. They also know how crucial it is to have a constant source of support to make those goals a reality. That’s where our Foundation comes in.

Through our volunteers at the SQLC senior living communities that lead these efforts, we have assisted with a compelling Mobile Art Program and an effective Powerful Tools for Caregivers Program, the galvanizing Annual Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk and the Center for Brain Health Lecture Series. There are many more achievements to come.

Get to know some of our Resident volunteers. Here is some information on this month’s featured volunteer. There are many ways to support the Foundation. You can also subscribe to our free E-Newsletter, which features the latest updates on the work we do.

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Margaret Hare, Volunteer

Margaret Hare volunteers at Memorial Assistance Ministries (MAM), an organization created by 29 area churches to help people in financial crisis to avoid homelessness and become self-sufficient. Margaret helps prepare taxes for the people MAM serves.

She also serves as a resident advisor to our parent organization, Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation, helping to enhance the quality of life for residents today and for years to come.



Ken Hammond, Volunteer

Volunteering is rejuvenating. Ask Buckingham resident Ken Hammond. In 2010, the office of the President of the United States honored him with the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Meet him, and you can’t help but be impressed with his energy, vitality and intellect.

For more than a decade, Ken has... Read More