Prudential Gallo-Touch of Italy Foundation was happy to donate $1,500.00 from its Eating Outing Charity Golf Tournament, which was held at The Peninsula's Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course in May.
“With the influx of retirees to our region, quality retirement communities, such as Cadbury, are appreciated by our local residents and families,“ noted Bette Gallo, owner of Prudential Gallo, Realtors.
"Cadbury allows their residents to really 'have it all' and enjoy their golden years; we are glad to support the facility,” added Bob Ciprietti, co-owner of Touch of Italy Restaurants. Additional proceeds from the golf outing were also donated to The Metropolitan Opera Live Series/Rehoboth Beach Film Society, Delaware Prostate Cancer Coalition, and Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition.
Cadbury at Lewes, a not-for-profit retirement community, is managed by Cadbury Senior Services, experienced providers of continuing care retirement services starting at its flagship community, Cadbury at Cherry Hill, N.J. Its residents benefit from the Quaker philosophy that is based on choice, independence, and respect for all individuals. Cadbury is guided by the belief that life’s later years should be the best years, full of potential, growth, friendship, and contribution to others. Cadbury is committed to providing an environment enriched by diversity, inclusion, and nondiscrimination.
Long-term agreements provide for housing, services, and nursing care designed to meet residents’ needs in a familiar setting as they grow older. To learn more about Cadbury, visit cadburylewes.org.