Since Berkeley Square was established in 1989, charitable giving has been a critical part of enhancing and expanding our community. Through the years, Berkeley Square residents have left a legacy of transformation on our campus. As a not-for-profit community, we reinvest our operating revenue into maintaining our campuses and expanding our mission. Charitable giving affords us the opportunity to embark upon major projects that add value to our community.
A Space for US to Enjoy Together
We celebrate this rich history of philanthropy as we embark on a new project. We are excited to launch a campaign to develop an open-air venue featuring active lifestyle amenities. The Landing at Berkeley Square will provide a multi-use indoor/outdoor recreational space for all residents to gather and enjoy. As we continue to expand our campus and welcome new neighbors to Berkeley Square, we know we need more accessible amenities and more space for friends to enjoy together. We have also learned how important it is to have space that is open air and freestanding so that we may stay safely connected— even during a pandemic.
Outdoor open air space for safer gatherings with friends and family
Foster Community – a centrally located, accessible space for all residents to gather and enjoy
Features outdoor kitchen & fireplace and lounge seating
Can be used for resident programming, private resident events, or impromptu hang outs
Adds amenities to growing campus – more options for residents to do
Pickleball court, shuffleboard and more for those who like to stay active - with plenty of
seating for those who prefer to cheer on the players
Flexibility of a variety of recreational activities on lawn or paved space with room to grow
Indoor/Outdoor gathering space that can be used all year long
Features new handicap accessible restrooms for convenient access at The Landing
Features TV area and servery for small group events and gatherings
Located in the Heart of Our Community
As a space for ALL residents, location is important! This project is centrally located between the classic part of campus, our new development area, and the main building to foster connectivity among neighbors. The project re-purposes 3 acres of underutilized space to create a resident destination that enhances the total aesthetic of our campus.
Our goal is to raise $500,000 to support the total expense of this project. With the support of Community First Solutions, the Resident Steering Committee, and residents, we are nearing our first milestone of $150,000. We are relying on the generous support of additional Berkeley Square residents, family members and friends to help us bring this project to life. No gift is too small, we hope all residents will participate at a level they are comfortable with to be a part of the legacy of giving on our Berkeley Square campus.
Together, We Can Make This Vision A Reality
Levels Of Support
$25,000 and above
$10,000 - $24,999
$5,000 - $9,999
$1,500 - $4,999
$250 - $1,499
Building Brick by Brick Together at Berkeley Square
In response to resident inquiries, we are designing a special feature to honor all residents who contribute to the Landing Campaign at or above the Patron level. All donors will have the opportunity to customize a brick that will be incorporated to leave a lasting legacy at The Landing. Make your gift by clicking here.
Let's Meet At The Landing!
Berkeley Square residents and staff enjoyed using The Landing for the very first time during our Kickoff Event on October 4th and 5th. Click below to view a video and photos from the event and start envisioning how YOU will enjoy The Landing.
A Special Thanks To Our Resident Steering Committee for Championing This Project
The steering committee was established to ensure we incorporate resident feedback throughout the development of this project. Committee members were selected to represent diverse interest groups of types of programs/activities and provide a balance of newer and long-time resident perspectives.
James & Dawn Donovan
Jane Rose Green
Dr. Deborah King
Charles & Kathy Ullrich
Dr. Kenneth & Marcia Wehr