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Philanthropy: Charitable Giving

Posted by Eskaton on Nov 7, 2018 9:33:14 AM

Philanthropy is a very personal choice and Eskaton believes that anyone can be a philanthropist. Our success in meeting the needs of seniors is based on the generosity of our donors. Learn about charitable giving and annuities.

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Topics: Philanthropy, Information & Assistance, Ask the Expert

Eskaton Lifts the Spirits of Lonely Seniors One Phone Call at a Time

Posted by Eskaton on Aug 28, 2018 12:03:03 PM

Eskaton is calling on seniors to sign up for its Telephone Reassurance program, where volunteers reach out to let them know they are not alone.

For more than two decades, Eskaton, a nonprofit organization serving seniors for 50 years, has reached out to home bound and isolated seniors via its Telephone Reassurance program. The program consists of volunteers who contact seniors to check up on them and provide an opportunity to socialize.

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Topics: In the News, Philanthropy, Ask the Expert, Wellness Tips, Testimonials

Eskaton Foundation Names Stephen Bender CEO of the Year

Posted by Eskaton on Jun 9, 2017 2:10:17 PM

Sacramento, CA (June 2017) -- Stephen Bender, of the Warren G. Bender Co., named 2017 CEO of the Year by Eskaton Foundation.

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Topics: Philanthropy, In the News

Volunteers Combat Loneliness Among Isolated Seniors

Posted by Eskaton on Dec 27, 2016 8:41:11 AM

Carl receives a phone call twice a week from a friendly volunteer at Eskaton’s Telephone Reassurance Program. Alone in his apartment and in poor health, Carl enjoys the phone calls. On some days, it is his only conversation with a human being.

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Topics: Philanthropy

Fight to Stay Alive

Posted by Eskaton on Dec 20, 2016 9:30:47 AM

It is a small miracle that Edward is alive. At age 85, he suffers from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), diabetes and high blood pressure. Nevertheless, Edward has a positive attitude. He appears remarkably healthy when he is not dragging around the oxygen tank.

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Topics: Philanthropy

Music Awakens Happiness And Memories

Posted by Eskaton on Dec 13, 2016 9:36:20 AM

Vera, living with dementia, replies, “The melody. I love to sing and listen. I used to sing in Europe while I worked. It’s a good feeling. Makes life happier and reminisce precious moments.”

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Topics: Philanthropy, Living with Dementia


Posted by Eskaton on Dec 6, 2016 3:29:14 PM

Jose Montano joins in on few activities at Eskaton Village Grass Valley. However, when staff told him that a little girl who does not speak English needed a buddy, he enthusiastically participated. They quickly became friends!

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Topics: Philanthropy, Kids Connection

Chaplain Lights the Way Home

Posted by Eskaton on Dec 1, 2016 10:40:13 AM

The sound of her mother’s voice singing The Way of the Cross Leads Home filled Elsie’s ears one night as she lay in bed at Eskaton Care Center Fair Oaks.

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Topics: Philanthropy


Posted by Eskaton on Nov 29, 2016 4:39:29 PM

Yes, it’s true!

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Topics: Philanthropy

Raffle Winner in Awe Thanks to Sherif Jewelers and Eskaton Foundation

Posted by Eskaton on Jul 5, 2016 8:53:56 AM



Three raffle prize winners were announced at the Celebration of CEOs in Sacramento on June 15, 2016. Mary Ann was ecstatic to hear she was the winner of the gold ring from Sharif Jewelers. She and her husband will soon celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary and this is the perfect present for that occasion she said.

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Topics: Philanthropy