Employee Education

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Investing in Employees Benefits Residents

LifeSpire of Virginia’s mantra — “Faith.  Wellness.  Community.” —represents an unwavering commitment to residents’ well-being and health; contentment and engagement; independence and safety.  In order to fulfill that promise, we depend on the talent and dedication of our employees.  And to keep them engaged and growing in their profession, we offer scholarships and tuition reimbursement to help them further their education.  Our Employee Education Fund provides 15-20 awards of $500-$1,000 every year to employees – and even to their children and grandchildren.  Ultimately, the impact of these awards extends to LifeSpire residents because knowledgeable, content employees deliver the ultimate in care, service, and hospitality.

2019 Glebe recipient Kendrick Messerich (center) the son of chef Kenny Adams (left), will study at Johnson & Wales Culinary School. He was presented the award by Ellen D’Ardenne, Executive Director of The Glebe.
2019 Lakewood recipients: Chaplain Julie Walton (left) is completing her certification in Grief Counseling at the American Academy of Grief Counseling.
2019 Culpeper recipient, Dining Team member, Tyler Clore (center), is a student at Christopher University. Presenting his award was Jodi Leonard, Director of Development for the VBH Foundation, and Jim Jacobsen, Executive Director at The Culpeper.

I Want to Invest in Lifespire Employees

The EEF provides financial assistance for deserving personnel to obtain higher education, updated training, and specialized skill sets.

You can make a secure, tax-deductible donation to the VBH Foundation online, using the form below. Your generosity will go to work right away.