Welcome to the Collington Residents Association website.
Our nonprofit Continuing Care Retirement Community (AARP definition here) is part of the Kendal Network of retirement communities. We are located in Maryland outside of Washington, D.C. Collington provides independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing services to 500 residents. Our campus is a Certified Wildlife Habitat.
This website is maintained by a group of volunteers to encourage sharing, a core value of our continuing care retirement community.
If you would like more formal information about our community, consult Collington.Kendal.org.
How to contribute to this Website?
If you want to post a message on the blog, you must be registered as a contributor. To do so, send an email to email@example.com with your name and email address. We will send you an invitation with instructions on how to accept. The post must be approved by the administrator before posting.
If you want to add material to an existing page, such as minutes or other information relating to a committee of the RA, submit it in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, comments, criticisms and kudos can also be sent to email@example.com.
Tweeters of Collington
Another way to see the diversity of our Collington community — in every sense of those words — is to take a look at the range of interest, activities, topics and events our tweeters tweet about. Click here to see our Twitter list.
Early Collington History
The story of how Collington came to be was documented by Dr. Sally M. Bucklee. Collington opened in 1988.
The Collington Foundation
The Collington Foundation, Inc. is the philanthropic arm of Collington Episcopal Life Care Community. The Foundation is the tax-exempt entity entrusted with the management and disposition of funds donated by residents and other generous contributors. Its purpose is to serve the Collington community—residents and employees— where specific needs exist. The Foundation occasionally provides capital funds for projects that enjoy community support. The basis of this activity is grounded in a tradition of generous support initiated by our founding residents.
News of the Foundation may be found here.