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Annalisa LaJeunesse

Operational Director
North Scottsdale Assisted Living North Scottsdale
Central Scottsdale Assisted Living Scottsdale Ranch
Phoenix Assisted Living 19th Pl. #1
Phoenix Assisted Living 19th Pl. #2
Phoenix Assisted Living 47th Place
Scottsdale Assisted Living 60th Street
Chateaux Arcadia Arcadia
The Valencia Home North Scottsdale
623-570-9512

Brian Newton

Assistant Manager of Operations

Charitable Giving

Giving Back

At MD Senior Living, giving back to the community is an important part of who we are. A portion of our profits are donated to these charities – from a child in Haiti, to disadvantaged seniors in our area, and to the millions of people without access to clean water. 

We feel blessed to be able to give when so many others suffer to have the basic necessities in life….will you join us in giving back?

Supporting a Child in Haiti

A young child smiling.

Our homes have adopted Anderson – an abandoned child in Haiti. Due to extreme poverty, many parents are forced to abandon or relinquish their children because they do not have the ability to feed, care for, or educate them.  By partnering with Chances For Children (based out of Scottsdale) our residents can directly follow the progress of our “adopted” child.

Currently C4C supports over 8000 children and families to uplift them from poverty. Consider donating directly to Chances For Children here.

Stepping Up For Seniors

A smiling senior woman.

Stepping Up For Seniors (SUFS) is an established charity cofounded by Jeff Giedt – one of MD Senior Living’s founders. SUFS provides medical assistance, transportation services, basic needs, and hospice support to some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged seniors in the Phoenix areas. Watch this video to learn more about how SUFS gives back to the community.

Charity: Water

A young child happily catching water.

785 million people live without clean water in the world. The majority live in rural areas and spend hours every day just collecting water for their families. Walking for water keeps children out of school and takes up time that parents could be using to earn money. Additionally, the water often carries diseases that can make everyone sick.

But access to clean water means education, income and health – especially for women and kids.

Watch this powerful video to understand how donations can make a lasting global impact.

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