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Amy Smyth

Project Director

PVM Foundation

HQ Phone:  (248) 281-2020

Direct Phone: (248) ***-****direct phone

Email: a***@***.org

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PVM Foundation

26200 Lahser Rd Ste 300

Southfield, Michigan, 48033

United States

Company Description

PVM is a Michigan non-profit organization that was founded in 1945. It currently serves over 4,500 seniors of all financial means across the state in 27 communities. Its mission is to serve seniors of all faiths and create new possibilities for quality living ...more

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"Communities for All Ages" Includes Focus on Senior Needs, New Models for Sustainability | Council of Michigan Foundations

Highlighting current projects leading to positive change in their cities and towns were Kate Luckert Schmid, program director, Grand Rapids Community Foundation; Dan Doezema, field representative, Michigan Office on Services to the Aging; Karen Kafantaris, associate state director, AARP Michigan; Brenda Hunt, president/CEO, Battle Creek Community Foundation (BCCF); and Amy Smyth, project director, Presbyterian Villages of Michigan.
Wrapping up the presentation was Smyth, who shared the history - and continuing work - of creating a Presbyterian Village Network Model which calls for a membership-based and member-directed operation; forging of strategic partnerships of government, nonprofits and business; and finding new ways to connect with other people and to other communities. "We are working to develop this model with a 'hub-and-spoke' approach," said Smyth.


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