The Collington Residents Association, Inc. is an incorporated, non-profit (501c3) organization whose members are all the residents of Collington Episcopal Life Care Community. There are no dues.
The purposes of the Association are:
> To assist in implementing the Collington philosophy.
> To develop reciprocally sound relations among Residents, Management, and the Board of Directors of the Collington Episcopal Life Care Community.
> To represent residents’ views to the Board of Directors and Management.
> To participate in an advisory capacity with planning and operation of Collington.
> To speak for the residents on other occasions.
> To organize and perform activities on behalf of all residents.
> To encourage and assist resident participation in educational, cultural and charitable activities in the outside community.
Financial support of the Association is received from various volunteer activities of the residents (primarily from the Opportunities Outlet), from individual contributions by residents and others, and from earnings of the Residents Association Endowment Fund.
Organizational Overview of the Residents Association Leadership
The Association officers consist of a president, first vice-president, second vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, who are elected each year at the annual meeting of the Association in October. The Association officers comprise the Executive Committee.
The Association is governed by a Residents Council. The Residents Council consists of the officers, the representatives of each housing district, and the chairs of the Operating Committees. The Council meets monthly except for July and August. The Council is chaired by the Association President.
For more information, see:
View Annual Reports of the Residents Association: