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You're exactly who older adults need on their side! 

Thank you for caring enough to give. Your donations touch the lives of older adults &
make Michigan a better place to live at any age!


 Click the links below to view the lists of donors who have given gifts totaling $25.00 or more to the PVM Foundation between January 1, 2017-June 23, 2017. 

Thumbs up for loyal donors!We make every effort to accurately honor each and every contributor.  If you notice an error, please accept our apology and please let us know by contacting Debbie Smith at 248.281.2042 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

All devoted individuals and organizations who contributed to the PVM mission each year are recognized in the Annual Report's Honor Roll of Donors.

Thumbs up for donors!!! Thome Rivertown Senior Apartments Resident Mary Morris & Shabazim (Aide) Emma Williams are grateful for you!

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Amount Raised to Date: $16,320

Make a gift today and YOU will enhance an older adult's quality of life, help older adults in need, and ultimately help transform aging for Michigan seniors!

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If you'd like to mail in your gift, please click here for our printable donation form and send to:
PVM Foundation
26200 Lahser Road, Suite 300
Southfield, MI 48033

Please show your support of PVM's effort and share this message with your friends, colleagues, family and more so that together we can make Michigan the best place for seniors to live.

Together we can transform aging and make sure Michigan seniors thrive!
Click here to learn how your gift could be used.


Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) Foundation advances the PVM Mission by providing philanthropic support for resident emergency needs, innovative services and wellness programs for residents and seniors throughout the state.

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