Lucy Corr Foundation, Inc.
6800 Lucy Corr Boulevard
Chesterfield VA 23832
Mission Statement Lucy Corr Foundation (LCF), a 501(c)(3) organization, is the principal fundraising arm of Lucy Corr Village (LCV), a nonprofit Continuing Care Retirement Community in Chesterfield, Virginia providing housing and services to seniors. The Foundation supports Lucy Corr Village in providing a community of care and continuum of services, empowering seniors to experience life enriched with hospitality, wellness and purpose.  Each year Lucy Corr Village provides charitable assistance to many of those it serves averaging $4,000,000 a year and the need for this support continues to grow.
Web and Social Media
Dental hygiene students review patient records with Eagle software.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Debra Q. Marlow
Board Chair Mrs. Patty Hanley
Board Chair Company Affiliation Hanley Denistry
Contact Information
Address 6800 Lucy Corr Boulevard
Chesterfield, VA 23832
Telephone 804 874-2075
Fax 804 706-6285
E-mail dmarlow@lucycorrvillage.com
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2001
Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $152,200.00
Projected Expenses $152,200.00
Additional Documents
Annual Report2015View
annual report2014View
Annual Report2013View
annual report2012View
Dental Clinic Brochure2011View
annual report2011View
annual report2010View
Statements
Mission Lucy Corr Foundation (LCF), a 501(c)(3) organization, is the principal fundraising arm of Lucy Corr Village (LCV), a nonprofit Continuing Care Retirement Community in Chesterfield, Virginia providing housing and services to seniors. The Foundation supports Lucy Corr Village in providing a community of care and continuum of services, empowering seniors to experience life enriched with hospitality, wellness and purpose.  Each year Lucy Corr Village provides charitable assistance to many of those it serves averaging $4,000,000 a year and the need for this support continues to grow.
Impact
  1. The Board of Lucy Corr Foundation will adopt a new 3 year strategic plan in September, 2016.
  2. For three years, the LCF participated in The Community Foundation Amazing Raise and garnered a total of nearly $24,000 of support.  In 2013, the Foundation won a $2500 Community Foundation prize for the donation that tipped TCF over its previous year's donations. 
  3. An e-newsletter has been published quarterly since 2014, and it promotes the mission of the LCF.     
  4. In 2015 and 2016, the LCF received $185,000 total in grants: in 2015, $35,000 from the Jenkins Foundation to support the free Lucy Corr Village dental clinic; in 2016, $40,000 from the Altria Companies Employee Community Fund for a conversion van for transporting disabled residents; in 2016, $20,000 from Richmond Memorial Health Foundation to support the dental clinic and $90,000 from the Mary Louise Old Andrews Trust desolution.  South Richmond Rotary and many private donors continue to support the Foundation.  
  5. GOALS:  To maintain oral health care for LCV residents and continue to expand these services to the under served in the community. To support LCV in meeting other identified needs of residents such as art and music therapy.  To support LCV in respecting, empowering rewarding, recognizing and retaining employees; To expand partnerships with volunteer dentists and federally subsidized housing providers. 
Needs
  1.  Provide charitable assistance to an expanding number of Medicaid residents at LCV through support of the LCV Volunteer Auxiliary.
  2. Support the expansion of services for the free dental clinic of Lucy Corr Village by serving senior adult housing and programs such as Dominion Place Senior Housing, VCU House Calls, South Richmond Adult Day Center, Hopewell Community Center Respite, Shepherd Center of Chesterfield, Lifelong Learning Institute of Chesterfield, Heritage Hall and Tyler's Retreat.
  3. Offer a continuum of senior services.
  4. Support adult day center participants in enriching activities, especially art and music.
Background

Lucy Corr Foundation was established in 2001 to address certain needs in the county by supporting Lucy Corr Village in providing carefully designed housing, meals, transportation, opportunities for socialization, lifelong learning and community engagement for independent seniors as well as for those requiring assistance in their daily lives.   Since we serve persons with varying needs on a single campus including a mix of individual homes and apartments with a community center and health center, we can effectively provide a wide range of services to enhance the lives of those in our service. These services and support enable our seniors to stay independent and not have to rely on volunteers, friends or family when they are in need. Currently, Lucy Corr Village, with the help of its staff and community volunteers, serves over 1000 seniors and their family members on an annual basis and provides over $4,000,000 in charitable assistance each year. As Chesterfield begins to realize the impact of the fastest growing population of seniors in the Central Virginia region, we wish to do our part to help seniors in our area by in increasing the scope of services we provide and the number of seniors served by our organization.

CEO Statement
The Lucy Corr Foundation is the principal fundraiser for Lucy Corr Village (LCV), the only licensed continuing care retirement community in Chesterfield providing a full-range of housing and services to meet the needs of seniors and their families in Chesterfield and surrounding localities. The Foundation was established when Chesterfield County Government ceased funding LCV.    LCV remains a public-private organization providing independent living, assisted living, nursing care, rehab care and Adult Day Center services.  LCV is a premier senior facility in the region offering a continuum of care.   
Board Chair Statement As the wife and office manager of a Chesterfield dentist,  I am proud to serve Lucy Corr Foundation.  There are a significant number of families trying to take care of seniors diagnosed with memory robbing and function stealing diseases such as Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinson's.  Serving this particular segment of our population is a passion for me.  These families are adults raising their own children while also caring for one or more elderly parents.  Additionally, when the increasing burden of medical costs lands on a family with limited resources, the results can be devastating.  For these reasons, I am committed to Lucy Corr Foundation and its mission to provide benevolent care to the senior citizens of our communities. ~~ Patty Hanley, Hanley Family Dentistry
Areas of Service
Areas Served
Area
Petersburg, City
Tri-cities Region
Metro Richmond
Chesterfield County
Chesterfield, Richmond, Henrico, Petersburg, Tri-Cities
Board Chair
Board Chair Mrs. Patty Hanley
Company Affiliation Hanley Denistry
Term Mar 2016 to Mar 2018
Email pfhanley@comcast.net
Board of Directors
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms. Sheila Carden Southeast Produce Council
Mr. James B. Cowan RiverCross Partners, LLC
Mr. C.F. "Sonny" Currin Jr.Rx3 Pharmacy
Mr. Mark Grasser Bright Star
Ms. Patty Hanley Michael Hanley, DDS
Mrs Tracy Kemp-Stallings Community Volunteer
Mr. Derrick Kendall Lucy Corr Village
Mr. Brett Landi Lucy Corr Village
Mrs. Debra Q. Marlow Lucy Corr Foundation
Mrs. Kay Mast Community Volunteer
Mr. Lane Neal Philip Morris USA
Dr. Pam Parsons VCU/MCV
Dr. James Revere DDSVCU/MCV School of Dentistry
Ms Pat Revere Community Volunteer
Ms. Elizabeth Rudisill HCA
Mr. David Saunders Madison and Main
Mr. Daniel K. Smith Accounting on the James
Ms. Cherie Tew New York Life Insurance
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 18
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 9
Female 9
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 0
Board Meeting Attendance % 80
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 80
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Standing Committees
Administration
Finance
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Other Boards
The tables below contain information about other groups that advise this nonprofit on operations and projects.
Advisory Board Members
NameAffiliation
Dr. Arlene Bohannon MDLucy Corr Village/VCU
Mrs. Joanne Crowell-Redd Suited for Success
Mr. S.J. (Sonny) Currin RX3 Compounding Pharmacy
Mrs. Darlene Emerson community volunteer
Dr. Michael Hanley Hanley Family Dentistry
Ms. Cindy Hodges Village Bank
Mr. Les Saunders EsquireSaunders, Patterson, Mack
Comments
In 2015, the board voted unanimously to continue the term of Debra Q. Marlow as President.  With five years of experience with the LCF, Mrs. Marlow has expanded the scope of fund raising, grants and programs.  Mrs. Marlow will devote two days a week in the coming year to the expansion of the Foundation's work.  As a small Foundation, the board continues to be challenged to fund a variety of programs needed at LCV.  The goal in 2016 is to continue to support the dental clinic at the highest level to expand other programming by seeking new funding sources.  
Executive Director
Executive Director Mrs. Debra Q. Marlow
Experience
Mrs. Marlow has worked in a non-profit environment most of her 30-year career.  She was the vice-president of a private foundation for 7 years and worked 25 years for Chesterfield County Public Schools as the Director of Community Relations.  She has served on boards of a variety of non-profits, including the YMCA, Communities In Schools of Chesterfield, and Lifelong Learning of Chesterfield, and she was the administrator of CIS of Chesterfield.  She is a 1987 graduate of Leadership Metro Richmond.
Staff
Full Time Staff 0
Part Time Staff 3
Volunteers 50
Contractors 0
Retention Rate 100
Plans
Organization has a Fundraising Plan? Yes
Organization has a Strategic Plan? Yes
Years Strategic Plan Considers 3
Date Strategic Plan Adopted Sept 2016
Management Succession Plan? No
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy Yes
Collaborations

Training & Education: MCV/VCU, John Tyler Community College, J. Seargent Reynolds, Strayer University, Chesterfield Technical Center, Medical Careers Institute and Bryant Stratton

Government: Chesterfield County Departments of Social Services, Mental Health, Health Department, and the Sheriff’s Office, Chesterfield County Public Schools and other government agencies

Other non profits: Senior Connections, Shepherd’s Center of Chesterfield, Crater Community Hospice, Lifelong Learning Center and the Chester YMCA, Jenkins Foundation, John Randolph Foundation, Richmond Memorial Health Foundation, Chesterfield County Public Schools, Project Homesand Greater Richmond Aquatics Partnership 

Affiliations
AffiliationYear
Virginia Association of Free Clinics2014
Awards
Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Dean's award for outstanding community volunteer Dr. Michael HanleyVCU2015
Programs
Description
Lucy Corr Foundation supports Lucy Corr Village in providing benevolent care of more than $4,000,000 to its residents. Altria Companies Employees Community Fund provided $40,000 for a conversion van in 2016 to support the disabled residents for out patient appointments who otherwise had to depend on unreliable public transportation.  There were hours of waiting at doctors' offices or even no shows for transportation. 
Budget $200,000.00
Description
Free dental care, including a dental coordinator funded by the Jenkins Foundation and Richmond Memorial Health Foundation, is provided to Lucy Corr residents through donations from the Foundation.  Instrumental in the success of the clinic is VCU School of Dentistry (dental and hygiene programs) and 14 volunteer dentists from the community.   The Foundation raised $95,000 in six months so that the clinic could be modernized in the summer of 2012.  The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation, Chesterfield Board of Supervisors, Richmond Memorial Health Foundation, the John Randolph Foundation, South Richmond Rotary and Lucy Corr Foundation contributed to the modernization. 
Population Served Europe & Newly Independent States
Short Term Success
Volunteer dentists in one year have increased from one to seven.  VCU dental hygiene students serve the clinic two days a week, and VCU dental students will begin working in the clinic four days a month in the fall of 2013. 
Long Term Success
Improved oral health care in the geriatric population in the Richmond region which will result in improved in overall good health. 
Description
Funding for scholarships to assist families with adult day care services is needed.  This funding makes attendance possible for those families who would otherwise have to provide care giving alone.  Funding activities in the center such as daily exercise, sensory stimulation, and socialization is needed.  
Budget $218,400.00
Description
Programs to enrich residents' lives include art therapy, chaplaincy program, music programs, and recreational programs. Funding to support regular entertainment and holiday festivities is needed.  There are 50 residents who are "abandoned" because they have no family support or have outlived their family.  Basic items are needed to support these residents.
Budget $15,000.00
Description
Through the Geriatric Training and Education Fund of the Virginia Center on Aging, Lucy Corr Foundation is implementing a program of oral health care training of direct care providers and health care professionals and has been funded for two consecutive years.   
Population Served Other Named Groups
Budget $19,740.00
Short Term Success
Five in-service training sessions will be offered to all direct care providers and health care professionals employed by Lucy Corr village. 
Long Term Success
This project will utilize a multidisciplinary approach to help adequately meet the oral health care needs of geriatric populations.  In-service training sessions and a seminar/webinar will be presented addressing oral health in older adults.  This will increase education of direct care providers and health care professionals in nursing home facilities and in private practice.
CEO/ED/Board Comments

The future will bring exponential changes in the population of seniors. Globally,65+ world population was 516 million in 2009, and it is projected to triple by 2050 to 1.53 billion. The oldest segment of our population, those 85+, will increase fivefold from 40 million to 219 million. Chesterfield has the fastest growing population of seniors in the Central Virginia Region. The current population of Chesterfield County is 316,000, and the current 65+ is about 10% of the total population which closely mirrors state and national trends. However, by 2020 the 65+ population in Chesterfield will increase by 80% and by 2030 it will increase by 160% according to Chesterfield County demographers. The time for community action is now. As a community we must plan and provide appropriate and affordable housing along with coordination of services to meet what will be a monumental task in providing support for the age wave that is upon us. Lucy Corr Village has a 45 year reputation as a leader in senior housing and services and our visionary leadership is dedicated to being a community partner in this endeavor to support our elderly, no matter their financial resources.   Additionally, Lucy Corr Village provides a free Dental Clinic through funding received by Lucy Corr Foundation.   Additionally, educational materials and supplies to assist caretakers in providing daily oral hygiene are available.   Altria Employees Community Fund is supporting the chaplaincy program at LCV and art and music programs in the adult day center.

 

Fiscal Year
Projected Revenue $152,200.00
Projected Expenses $152,200.00
IRS Letter of Exemption
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$235,998$220,361$209,993
Administration Expense$22,196$27,166$32,646
Fundraising Expense$4,458$6,440$20,352
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.211.220.89
Program Expense/Total Expenses90%87%80%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue3%2%22%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$292,138$228,418$161,953
Current Assets$292,138$114,625$161,953
Long-Term Liabilities$0----
Current Liabilities$9,356--$5,873
Total Net Assets$282,782$228,418$156,080
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities31.22--27.58
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
State Charitable Solicitaions Permit
Solicitations Permit
Solicitations Permit ExemptionView
Comments
Organization Comments
Lucy Corr Foundation engaged its first audit in January 2012.  A 16-hour a week position in an executive director capacity was approved by the Board in December, 2015.  Lucy Corr Village provides in kind all offices expenses.  It remains a challenge to fund the salary of the executive director.  
Foundation Comments
  • Revenue from "Foundations and Corporations" also includes support from individuals.