Brockmiller Construction Company helps Farmington Presbyterian Manor reach campaign goal
Thanks to a recent $5,000 gift from Brockmiller Construction Company, Farmington Presbyterian Manor’s Give. Gather. Grow. Campaign has raised 98-percent of the funds needed to complete a 3,500 square-foot fellowship center for the senior living community.
An anonymous gift of $1 million to Farmington Presbyterian Manor spring boarded funding for the project. Of the $1.25 million goal, only $4,200 is needed to fully-fund the project.
The Hull Family Fellowship Center, named after Jane Hull, Executive Director, will provide space where community members can hold everything from weekly worship services to anniversary parties and an outdoor patio and garden area where residents can reconnect with nature and enjoy the healing and therapeutic effects of fresh air and sunshine.
The project is almost completed and ready for residents to enjoy. COVID-19 is affecting the completion of the project, but the restrictions on group activities and visitation illustrate how important this space will be to residents, providing a safe place for them to enjoy sunshine and fresh air. No one could have predicted how much the need for this project was going to intensify.
Nancy Sullivan and Byron Taylor co-chaired the campaign steering committee consisting of local Farmington community members.
There are many ways to provide your support to the GIVE. GATHER. GROW. Fundraising Campaign. To learn more about the campaign visit farmingtongiving.org or contact Jane Hull at 573-756-6768.