Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association anniversary

Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association will celebrate 70 years of providing comprehensive home healthcare, compassionate hospice and vital in-home support for Ventura County residents on May 20.  The agency will also honor Tom Pecht for his enduring devotion to Livingston.

The Hawaiian themed evening will take place at Old Rancho Matilija in Ojai. Nestled by an expansive lake, guests will enjoy tropical cocktails, dinner and a program.

Livingston hopes to raise $270,000 from sponsorships and tickets to this celebration. Options to support the 70th Anniversary campaign range from the purchase of event reservations for $250 each to a number of sponsorship levels.  All proceeds support Livingston Memorial’s services for patients regardless of their circumstances, as well as bereavement programs in schools and the community. For more information or to donate, simply visit lmvna.org or call  642-0239.

Established in 1947, Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association recognizes the growing need to provide services in the home environment for the sick, handicapped, elderly, terminally ill, and homebound. As a community supported, non-profit organization we strive to provide professional, licensed and supportive home care services of the highest quality in the most cost-effective manner to the people of Ventura County to ensure a positive patient outcome.

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