Ohio Living Breckenridge Village Donates 2,000 Bottles of Sanitizer to First Responders
Posted on February 04, 2021 in Community Care, In The News
WILLOUGHBY, Ohio (January 15, 2021) – Leaders from Ohio Living Breckenridge Village recently donated more than 2,000 bottles of sanitizer to local first responders. 1,050 bottles were donated to the Willoughby Fire Department on Dec. 29, and 1,050 bottles were donated to the Willoughby Police Department on Jan. 8.
The life plan community maintains close ties with both departments and partners year-round on an array of efforts, including drive-through parades to celebrate milestone birthdays, Veteran’s Day parades and emergency transports. Annually, the police and fire departments host a joint pancake breakfast for Breckenridge Village residents.
“We are extremely grateful for the continued support of the Willoughby Police and Fire Departments,” said Dean Palombaro, Ohio Living divisional executive director. “These brave men and women do so much for our community, and we are glad to share our resources to ensure their safety and well-being.”
About Ohio Living Breckenridge Village
Ohio Living Breckenridge Village, established in 1979, is a life plan community for people 55 or older. Breckenridge Village’s campus includes home and apartment living, assisted living, short-term rehabilitation, home health and hospice, outpatient therapy and long-term care. Located at 36851 Ridge Road in Willoughby, OH, Breckenridge Village employs 450 professionals. It is part of Ohio Living, the largest and most experienced not-for-profit provider of life plan communities and services in Ohio. More information is available at www.ohioliving.org.