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Executive Director

The Mustard Seed Project

HQ Phone: (253) 884-1205

Email: e***@***.org

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The Mustard Seed Project

8903 Key Peninsula Highway North

Lakebay, Washington 98349

United States

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Employment History

Nonprofit Accounting Department Partner

The Franciscan Foundation

Program Manager

KP Family Resource Center

Affiliations

Chair of the Pastoral Search Committee
Longbranch Community Church

Web References (71 Total References)


Staff Report - Key Peninsula News

www.keypennews.com [cached]

According to Edie Morgan, founder and executive director of The Mustard Seed Project, an earlier gift from Crandall funded the Key Peninsula Affordable Senior Housing Feasibility Study, completed in November 2014.

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Morgan said Crandall believed, as does The Mustard Seed Project, that seniors should be able to stay in their own homes as long as they are able to safely do so.
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"Crandall's financial generosity to The Mustard Seed Project was exceeded only by her strong personal support for our vision and work over the years,"Morgan said.
Morgan said that "significant additional gifts and grants will be needed to meet the approximate $3 million capital campaign goal for the much-needed and long-awaited Key Peninsula senior housing campus."


It's a full day, starting before ...

www.keypennews.com [cached]

It's a full day, starting before noon, said Edie Morgan, executive director of The Mustard Seed Project.

By dusk, about 15 homes have been visited.
"The biggest challenge is making sure people are home while retaining the element of surprise. Part of the fun is arriving when we were not expected," Morgan said.
The singers are staff members, volunteers who work with The Mustard Seed Project, along with others who are in choirs or who just want to sing. Morgan said they have been accompanied by different instruments over the years too, but this year they hope to reprise last year's performance with a ukulele.
"The experience brings tears to many eyes. I am next to certain it is tears of joy," Morgan said with a smile.
...
The Mustard Seed Project Executive Director Edie Morgan said she has spent many years considering the models available for caring for elders in a way that honors their wisdom and encourages as much independence as possible.
She attended a workshop presented by The Green House Project. Terri Sult, a consultant on the project, said, "I have been in contact with Edie since 2007 when she first had the vision of what you would all like to accomplish so that people don't have to leave the Key Peninsula as they age and have home care needs."
...
"We'll be applying for a predevelopment loan to do all the necessary preliminary planning -to hire a project manager, to secure a site, hire an architect to draw up preliminary plans, and then to hire a contractor," Morgan said. "We're aware of affordable loans for the assisted living portion of the project, and can get standard financing for the other buildings. But there will be a funding gap, and we expect to need to raise nearly $3 million to make this happen. I believe we can do it."
An advisory committee will work with Morgan and the board to hire a project manager.


It's a full day, starting before ...

www.keypennews.com [cached]

It's a full day, starting before noon, said Edie Morgan, executive director of The Mustard Seed Project.

By dusk, about 15 homes have been visited.
"The biggest challenge is making sure people are home while retaining the element of surprise. Part of the fun is arriving when we were not expected," Morgan said.
The singers are staff members, volunteers who work with The Mustard Seed Project, along with others who are in choirs or who just want to sing. Morgan said they have been accompanied by different instruments over the years too, but this year they hope to reprise last year's performance with a ukulele.
"The experience brings tears to many eyes. I am next to certain it is tears of joy," Morgan said with a smile.
...
The Mustard Seed Project Executive Director Edie Morgan said she has spent many years considering the models available for caring for elders in a way that honors their wisdom and encourages as much independence as possible.
She attended a workshop presented by The Green House Project. Terri Sult, a consultant on the project, said, "I have been in contact with Edie since 2007 when she first had the vision of what you would all like to accomplish so that people don't have to leave the Key Peninsula as they age and have home care needs."
...
"We'll be applying for a predevelopment loan to do all the necessary preliminary planning -to hire a project manager, to secure a site, hire an architect to draw up preliminary plans, and then to hire a contractor," Morgan said. "We're aware of affordable loans for the assisted living portion of the project, and can get standard financing for the other buildings. But there will be a funding gap, and we expect to need to raise nearly $3 million to make this happen. I believe we can do it."
An advisory committee will work with Morgan and the board to hire a project manager.


It's a full day, starting before ...

www.keypennews.com [cached]

It's a full day, starting before noon, said Edie Morgan, executive director of The Mustard Seed Project.

By dusk, about 15 homes have been visited.
"The biggest challenge is making sure people are home while retaining the element of surprise. Part of the fun is arriving when we were not expected," Morgan said.
The singers are staff members, volunteers who work with The Mustard Seed Project, along with others who are in choirs or who just want to sing. Morgan said they have been accompanied by different instruments over the years too, but this year they hope to reprise last year's performance with a ukulele.
"The experience brings tears to many eyes. I am next to certain it is tears of joy," Morgan said with a smile.
...
The Mustard Seed Project Executive Director Edie Morgan said she has spent many years considering the models available for caring for elders in a way that honors their wisdom and encourages as much independence as possible.
She attended a workshop presented by The Green House Project. Terri Sult, a consultant on the project, said, "I have been in contact with Edie since 2007 when she first had the vision of what you would all like to accomplish so that people don't have to leave the Key Peninsula as they age and have home care needs."
...
"We'll be applying for a predevelopment loan to do all the necessary preliminary planning -to hire a project manager, to secure a site, hire an architect to draw up preliminary plans, and then to hire a contractor," Morgan said. "We're aware of affordable loans for the assisted living portion of the project, and can get standard financing for the other buildings. But there will be a funding gap, and we expect to need to raise nearly $3 million to make this happen. I believe we can do it."
An advisory committee will work with Morgan and the board to hire a project manager.


It's a full day, starting before ...

www.keypennews.com [cached]

It's a full day, starting before noon, said Edie Morgan, executive director of The Mustard Seed Project.

By dusk, about 15 homes have been visited.
"The biggest challenge is making sure people are home while retaining the element of surprise. Part of the fun is arriving when we were not expected," Morgan said.
The singers are staff members, volunteers who work with The Mustard Seed Project, along with others who are in choirs or who just want to sing. Morgan said they have been accompanied by different instruments over the years too, but this year they hope to reprise last year's performance with a ukulele.
"The experience brings tears to many eyes. I am next to certain it is tears of joy," Morgan said with a smile.
...
The Mustard Seed Project Executive Director Edie Morgan said she has spent many years considering the models available for caring for elders in a way that honors their wisdom and encourages as much independence as possible.
She attended a workshop presented by The Green House Project. Terri Sult, a consultant on the project, said, "I have been in contact with Edie since 2007 when she first had the vision of what you would all like to accomplish so that people don't have to leave the Key Peninsula as they age and have home care needs."
...
"We'll be applying for a predevelopment loan to do all the necessary preliminary planning -to hire a project manager, to secure a site, hire an architect to draw up preliminary plans, and then to hire a contractor," Morgan said. "We're aware of affordable loans for the assisted living portion of the project, and can get standard financing for the other buildings. But there will be a funding gap, and we expect to need to raise nearly $3 million to make this happen. I believe we can do it."
An advisory committee will work with Morgan and the board to hire a project manager.

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