The Eliza Jennings legacy began in 1887 with the philanthropy of our benefactress, Eliza Wallace Jennings, who opened a home in 1888 intending to care for women of all ages. Eliza’s legacy of philanthropy and concern for older adults lives today, more than 125 years later, as a cornerstone of our organization and in our mission to serve older adults.
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