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progress

Jan

19570 County Road 33, Fairhope, AL, a former memory care facility, identified as a potential site for Baldwin Family Village

Feb

Property placed under contract at a purchase price of $700,000

May

More than $700,000 raised, primarily from individual donors across the county

Jun

Baldwin Family Village Foundation took ownership of the property

Ahead

- Complete facility repairs

- Buy furniture and transportation

- Raise $540,000 operating expenses

- Plan & raise funds for years 2 & 3

- Open to residents April 1, 2023

On January 19, 2022, a certain real estate listing (19570 County Road 33, Fairhope, AL) was identified as a potential site for the new Baldwin Family Village. Known previously as Oakland Place, it was a memory care center that was in operation for 27 years.

 

In late February 2022, the property was placed under contract at a purchase price of $700K. Over the ensuing months, more than $700K was raised, primarily from individual donors across the county, and the property was purchased on June 1, 2022.

 

In order to ensure the sustainability of the program, prior to officially opening the Baldwin Family Village to residents, with the help of a newly formed Baldwin Family Village Foundation, we will raise the first year of operating expenses (approximately $540,000) and develop a fundraising plan to raise funds for the second and third year of operations.

 

It is our expectation that given the speed with which we were able to raise funds to purchase the property, that we will be able to secure additional funding sufficient to launch the program by

April 1, 2023.

 

It is the expectation that upon the meeting of certain agreed upon criteria, the Foundation shall transfer the property to Dumas Wesley Community Center. The Foundation will remain the fundraising arm for the Baldwin Family Village program while Dumas Wesley Community Center will own and operate the facility and program.