Social Accountability Page

Strengthening our community by supporting those around us

At Applewood, it is equally important that we not only work to make our own community the best it can be, but also support and participate in the community around us. As a not-for-profit organization, Applewood has a responsibility and is committed to giving back to the surrounding communities. Residents regularly volunteer with and donate to the Freehold Area Open Door food pantry, and through CentraState we offer a number of free healthcare resources to those citizens in need. The Applewood performing arts center is also available for use by the region’s many music, theater, and arts groups (and as a resident, you can jump in any time for an impromptu performance!).

Leading-Age_New-Jersey_MEMBER-1170x1201Applewood is an active member of LeadingAge New Jersey, a statewide association of not-for-profit senior care organizations dedicated to advancing quality aging services in New Jersey through advocacy, education, and fellowship. Together with LeadingAge, Applewood affirms the enduring value of seniors to society, to family and to the community; promoting quality, stewardship and choice in aging services; advancing mission-driven values, compassionate services and public trust; being accountable to those we serve; and developing ethical leadership.

 

Applewood Expands Social Accountability Commitment with “Tools 4 Schools” Program with Freehold Borough Schools
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CAPTION: (l to r): Applewood executive director Keith Grady is shown with Freehold Intermediate School principal Ronnie Dougherty and Applewood resident services manager Joan Cinque. Seated are Applewood resident volunteers, Virginia Allen and Elaine Lang, with FIS seventh graders.

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