Through the continued support of the following foundations, Iona can help more older adults with the many pressing concerns and opportunities related to aging.
- William S. Abell Foundation, Inc.
- Agua Fund, Inc.
- Aid Association for the Blind
- Alzheimer’s Foundation of America
- Jack R. Anderson Foundation
- Bainum Family Foundation/G3 Fund Committee
- The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
- Capital Impact Partners
- Capital One Foundation
- A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation
- Consumer Health Foundation
- Dimick Foundation
- William H. Donner Foundation
- The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc.
- The Edes Home Foundation
- The Lois and Richard England Family Foundation
- John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation
- Philip L. Graham Fund
- Greater Washington Community Foundation
- Corina Higginson Trust
- The James M. Johnston Trust
- Junior League of Washington
- Eugene M. Lang Foundation
- Mary and Daniel Loughran Foundation, Inc.
- Mars Foundation
- Helen Wardman Naselli Memorial Fund
- Parkinson’s Foundation
- Nora Roberts Foundation
- Jane Bancroft Robinson Foundation
- Rotary Foundation of Washington, D.C.
- The Severus Foundation Corp
- Share Fund
- William R. Singleton-Hope-Lebanon Lodge #7
- Venable Foundation, Inc.
- The Washington Home Foundation
- Wells Fargo Foundation
- Ada and Albert Wibel Foundation
- Workers of St. Albans
As partners of Iona you help Iona sustain direct care services, everyday, allowing us to directly serve 3,000 clients a year and thousands more through our Helpline, care management, home delivered meals, support groups, and adult day health services.
Your support helps people like Jean!
Jean has always been active. But as her dementia progressed, her daughters, Saaraliisa and Katherine, became concerned that she was losing her spark. “She used to worry that she was a bother to her children,” says Katherine. Fortunately, they found Iona’s Wellness & Arts Center. In the Center, Jean feels valued again. She enjoys fitness activities and current events discussions. She’s even found new interest in the visual arts, largely thanks to Iona’s art therapy program.
My mother is brighter in every way,” says Katherine.