It’s not just about our hearts
At HopeWest, Hopeblooms with
Collaboration & Innovation
HopeWest has a tradition of collaboration and innovation that creates change. Philanthropy is a core part of our needed resources – gifts from the heart that impact people’s lives.
The HopeBlooms Campaign shares that tradition, but it is even more of an investment than a gift. It’s an investment in a resource that each of us will likely want and need in the future for ourselves and our family members.
It’s an investment in the
Advancement of Our Community
HopeWest will add 200 more jobs to its current staff of 350 over the next 3-5 years at the average wage of $25 per hour. The organization will be purchasing $9 million more in local products and services and its economic impact is projected to expand by $39,618,420 per year to $96 million over this time.
As an anchor for the healthcare industry, HopeWest continually finds opportunities to invest in high-paying, quality jobs and capital projects that have longstanding, positive effects on the vitality of the area.
A recent Leeds Economic Impact study showed HopeWest has an annual economic impact of $53 million.
S. Todd Young
Chief Business Development Officer
at Bank of the San Juans,HopeWest Board of Directors
“As a Board Member of HopeWest and more importantly as a member of this community, I am honored to be a part of this project. It will not only make a meaningful difference in the lives it touches but will also add value to the quality of life we expect in Mesa County.
“This program is cutting edge and it will dramatically impact the way we embrace aging by allowing our loved ones to remain in their homes and provide opportunities for socialization. This program will bring needed employment opportunities to the Grand Valley. Join me in this exciting endeavor.”
Publisher, The Daily Sentinel
“Enormously good fortune gave HopeWest to those of us living in western Colorado. The HopeBlooms Campaign will take HopeWest to the next level, again to the great benefit of those of us lucky enough to live and age here.
“This project will not only make our lives better but with over 200 new jobs anticipated to be added in the next 3-to-5 years, it will also have a dramatic impact on the local economy. These new jobs will pay well above minimum wage and will provide a career path to those seeking work in Mesa County.”
CEO, HILLTOP COMMUNITY RESOURCES
“Mesa County, like the rest of the country, is currently experiencing the impacts of an aging population. While we have many excellent facilities and dedicated medical professionals, there are limited resources to provide support to families who struggle with caring for aging parents and grandparents.
“HopeWest has been known since its inception as an organization that sets the bar for the highest level of care for families facing serious illness and loss.
“The HopeBlooms campaign will provide the resources for this exceptional organization, with a great history of innovation, to develop and expand its programs in a way that will profoundly change for the better our experience in the later years of life. I encourage everyone to support this project.”
We invite you...
to embrace this unique opportunity to create something that will transcend generations and help make the last chapter of our lives the best it can be.
Herb and Laura May Bacon Center for Living Your Best
2754 Compass Drive
Grand Junction, CO 81506