Kindness and support from the local community.
Where giving and community meet.
As an Oklahoma City non-profit, Concordia relies on the gifts from caring donors in our community. Your donation helps give peace of mind to our residents and will be used to meet their needs now and in the future. Whether your donation helps with senior healthcare needs in a safe, caring environment or provides help to seniors in the OKC area through furniture donations, your gift will help make someone’s life better. Like any of the Oklahoma City charities in the region, Concordia Life Plan Community is grateful for your support.
Testimonials from compassionate, committed donors.
“Caring for and helping our neighbor in need is exactly what our Lord would do, and He would have us do. Giving to the Benevolent Fund gives me the satisfaction of helping to relieve the worry most residents have, outliving their funds. Concordia is built on the foundation of people helping people, and the Good Samaritan Fund is one way to accomplish this.”
– Val Reed, Resident, Concordia Life Care Community
“Concordia treats everyone like family. I have visited many people at Concordia since it opened in 2007. Residents enjoy their home at Concordia, and have great friends there. It is a wonderful place to visit, and from what I have seen, a great place to live. I donate to Concordia to support the ongoing programs in place to take care of current clients, and also help create a fund to support employee growth with education, and the Good Samaritan Fund to help those that may encounter a financial hardship and need extra support.”
– Daryl D. Osmus, Thrivent Financial®
“Wheat Ridge Ministries is a proud partner of the Wellness on Wheels program through our Burst Project Grant program. This program provides mobile wellness clinics to seniors who may not have transportation or access to health services nearby. With Oklahoma ranked as 47th in the nation on an index of least healthy states for older adults, Concordia Life Care Community is standing in that gap to improve services. The program has expanded exponentially since it started in 2003 with 8 clinics. In 2015, they are on track to provide 50 clinics. This program stands out as one that is clearly and measurably meeting the needs of seniors, improving their access to services and ensuring a higher quality of life. Wheat Ridge has a special interest and commitment to projects led by young adults and we are excited to lift up the leadership and passion of Miss Megan Warn-Carter who coordinates and leads Wellness on Wheels.”
– Joanne Otte, Diaconal Minister, Director of Programs, Wheat Ridge Ministries