Featured Stories


What is Your Legacy: Earl Knobloch »

11/19/2015 3:02 pm

Earl Knobloch found his passion for education as a junior high school teacher. And when he moved to The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens in 2011, he was determined to keep that passion going.


End-of-Year Giving Makes a Difference »

11/19/2015 3:01 pm

As the giving spirit of the holiday season mingles with thoughts of year-end tax benefits, it’s time to consider charitable donations.


Judson Park Gala Goes to Branson »

11/19/2015 2:58 pm

“HOWWW-DEE! I’m just so proud to be here!”


Sustainable Giving Leaves a Lasting Impression »

11/19/2015 2:50 pm

Giving has been part of Carolyn Leontos’ life since childhood, and is even more so now as chair of the Foundation committee at Las Ventanas, where she has lived for almost four years.


A Word from Jeff Glaze, ABHOW Foundation President »

11/19/2015 2:46 pm

The July 7 announcement of ABHOW’s plans to affiliate with the nonprofit senior living provider, located in Glendale, California, may have donors wondering what changes that will mean for the ABHOW Foundation. The short answer: Not many.


Fund Brings Art to Affordable Housing »

11/19/2015 2:36 pm

Sometimes, the act of picking up a paintbrush says more than words ever could. That’s one reason that Dianamaria Baciarelli wanted to offer an art class at Vineyard Village.


ABHOW Foundation Hosts Golf Classic »

11/5/2015 2:44 pm

Stay tuned for follow-up details from the 19th Annual ABHOW Foundation Golf Classic at Blackhawk Country Club in Danville, California!


Navy Veteran Helped Heal Wounds »

11/5/2015 1:17 pm

For his 18th birthday, Charles Clark gave his country an invaluable gift – the gift of service.


Residents Expand Horizons Through Terraces University »

11/5/2015 1:15 pm

It’s Thursday afternoon and residents from The Terraces of Phoenix are taking turns reciting poetry to each other. Welcome to Drama 101, just one of several classes offered through the Terraces University program.


Resident Uses Music to Fuel Recovery »

11/5/2015 1:09 pm

Although music has been a constant for most of his 97 and a half years, Wendall Kinney didn’t initially enjoy playing piano.