(248) 281-2040

PVM Foundation 

2019 Board of Directors

  • Chair - James S. Gompers
  • Vice Chair - Robert R. Schroeder
  • Secretary - Donald A. Lindow
  • President - Paul J. Miller
  • Linda Bomberski (Class of 2020)
  • Brian W. Carnaghi (Unassigned)
  • John Denler (Class of 2020)
  • Elmer Dixon (Class of 2020)
  • James S. Gompers (Class of 2019)
  • Henry Johnson (Class of 2020)
  • Thomas E. Kimble (Class of 2020)
  • David F. Lau (Class of 2021)
  • Donald A. Lindow (Class of 2020)
  • Robert V. Peterson (Class of 2019)
  • Robert Schroeder (Class of 2021)
  • Donna Snider (Class of 2021)
  • John. E. Utley (Class of 2021)
  • Mark Wallace (Class of 2019)

Ex-Officio: William Ball, Board Chair, PVM; Roger L. Myers, President/CEO, PVM

PVM Foundation has established three giving societies in honor of donors who have made lasting commitments in support of our mission. Members of these societies are invited to special PVM events as well as an annual donor recognition event, typically held in the spring. The PVM Foundation is deeply grateful to all members of these giving societies, whose commitment and generosity enables PVM to reach new heights in senior living and care for years to come.

Calvin Society
Commemorating Loyalty Through Planned Giving

The Calvin Society was established to honor all donors who have made a planned or deferred gift to support PVM. Types of planned gifts include beneficial designations of life insurance policies and qualified retirement plans, bequests and gifts of assets transferred to the Foundation or a trust in exchange for current income. Click here to learn more about planned giving.

Clarence D. Sterling Society
Commemorating a Lifetime of Compassion

The Clarence D. Sterling Society honors a donor’s cumulative contributions over time. When a donor's total irrevocable giving reaches $50,000 or more (not including special event participation or in-kind gifts), this donor becomes a member. The Society is named for PVM’s first donor, whose gift helped establish our flagship Village, The Village of Redford, in 1945.

Rev. Dr. L.J. Peterson Mission Makers Society
Commemorating Commitment Through Multi-Year Pledges

The Rev. Dr. L.J. Peterson Mission Makers Society, established in 2012 to commemorate the passing of the former PVM President and CEO, is comprised of donors who have committed a multi-year pledge to PVM for $1,000 or greater, and two years or more.

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PVM Foundation would love to hear from you! Here is how to reach us:

Address: 26200 Lahser Road, Suite 300
Southfield, MI 48033

Phone: 248.281.2040
Fax: 248.281.2080
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Your gift is an investment in quality services, housing and care for Michigan seniors of all faiths—now and in the future. Gifts of all sizes are important and will make a meaningful difference in the lives of seniors. Recognition will be provided appropriately.

You can designate gifts for a specific purpose, Village, fund or for greatest need. Your gift to the PVM Foundation is important.

Ways to support the PVM Foundation

  • Cash gift.
  • Credit card payment – monthly, quarterly, one-time (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover).
  • Online. Click here to be directed to the online donation page.
  • Tribute gifts. Memorial or honorary gifts are meaningful ways to commemorate a life or honor a loved one.
  • Pledge a gift over a period of three or four years.
  • For employees, consider making a gift through payroll deduction. Click here to download the payroll deduction form.
  • Make a planned gift such as a bequest, life insurance, charitable gift annuity and more. Learn more here.
  • Consider making a combination of a cash gift and planned gift.
  • Donate stock or make a gift from your IRA.

There are many options.

For more information, contact the PVM Foundation at 248.281.2040 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..