TPR Foundation

Working in partnership with community organizations to improve the health, well-being, and quality of life for senior adults residing in Southeast Valley communities, including Trilogy at Power Ranch.

Who We Are

As seniors ourselves, we have experienced first hand how help, support and social contact improves quality of life for our loved ones, our friends, and our peers. We are committed to supporting programs that bring this support to our community.

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Communities We Serve

Ahwatukee

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Apache Junction

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Chandler

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Gilbert

Communities We Serve

Guadalupe

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Mesa

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Queen Creek

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Tempe

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TPR FOUNDATION HAPPENINGS

TPR FOUNDATION HAPPENINGS

The Foundation’s Officer Elections for 2021 were held in December 2020 with the following results:
President: Stu Strait
Vice President: Jerry Shanks
Secretary: Miriam Sluder
Treasurer: Sue Marcin

TPR Donates to Hospice of the Valley

TPR Donates to Hospice of the Valley

On November 30, 2020 the Foundation made a donation of $5,000 to the Hospice of The Valley, Lund Home, that is a critical care facility near Mercy Gilbert Hospital. They are dedicated to helping those in hospice suffering from COVID 19. Like many non-profits, HOV is suffering because of the inability to hold fundraisers due to the pandemic. The foundation made this gift to help them continue their essential work in the difficult time.

Thanksgiving Meals Delivered by TPR

Thanksgiving Meals Delivered by TPR

Because of COVID 19, many Trilogy residents were alone for Thanksgiving this year. Travel restrictions, social distancing, and other related issues meant they could not be with family and friends. Recognizing this, the TPR Foundation began a program to bring a free, hot, Thanksgiving meal to those who were spending Thanksgiving alone. Despite short notice, around 35 meals were delivered on Thanksgiving Day to Trilogy residents. Each meal consisted of turkey breast, mashed potatoes, stuffing, dinner roll, and pumpkin pie.