Watch this special video message from the Fellowship Community! Thanks to you, we have exceeded our initial $300,000 fundraising goal for Pine Lodge, which was destroyed by a fire earlier this summer.
In this special video message, Members and Co-workers of the Fellowship Community express their gratitude for your support!
If you'd still like to contribute to this first phase of fundraising for Pine Lodge, please click here.
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Great news!!! We're happy to report that we have exceeded our initial $300,000 fundraising goal for Pine Lodge, which was destroyed by a fire earlier this summer.
Nearly 800 individual donors contributed to help provide temporary auxiliary housing for displaced residents and to assist with replacing lost items that were not covered by insurance.
We could not have done it without you, and we are so grateful for the support and generosity from near and far!
Dorothea Foerster is a Fellowship Co-worker who lived in Pine Lodge. In an interview she shares her experience of the fire, and finding meaning through the experiences it has brought to her and to the entire Fellowship Community. What was your experience before and during the fire at Pine Lodge? I was away when the fire broke out. I was sitting on the banks of the Hudson river with a friend and my phone was turned off. On return to the car a couple of messages arrived, but it
July 3, 2020 Dear Friends, As our nation prepares to celebrate the birth of the United Stated of America this weekend, we are celebrating a special milestone - the 54th Anniversary of the Fellowship Community! Today, we recognize the bold pioneers who founded our community. They had a vision for a different way of life based on love and service to each other. Through dedication and perseverance they made that vision a reality that has stood the test of time. The Fellowship wa
Dear Friends & Family, There's no quick way to recover from a tragic experience such as the fire at Pine Lodge. Recovery is a slow process. It is emotional, and often painful. All of us at the Fellowship Community are feeling these emotions and more right now, as we try to find places to comfortably house our displaced, elderly residents. These new living arrangements, while temporary, could last for up to two years during the time that a new Pine Lodge is being built. Tempor