Mission: The mission of galloway ridge is to provide each resident with a superior quality of life and care.
Programs: Galloway ridge, inc. Provided housing, healthcare, and other related services to residents through the operation of a resident facility containing 301 independent living units, 36 assisted living units, 15 memory care units and 40 skilled nursing units. Galloway ridge welcomed its first residents in 2005 with a mission of providing its residents superior services at a reasonable cost and striving to provide a complement of services to support the resident's health, social, spiritual and recreational needs. Since inception, galloway ridge has paid property taxes to chatham county in a total amount equal to $4,689,103, $658,243 of which was paid most recently in 2014. In addition to paying property taxes, galloway ridge has consistently engaged in a variety of other charitable efforts and contributions. In 2014, galloway ridge assisted residents who could not pay their monthly service fee ($71,127), made cash donations to local nonprofits ($60,000), and provided fitness memberships to its employees ($229,152). Soon after opening, in 2006, the galloway ridge charitable fund was established at the recommendation of the board of directors' social accountability committee, a standing committee of the board. The charitable fund was organized and continues to operate for the following purposes:(a) to carry out the mission of galloway ridge as stated in the galloway ridge bylaws. (b) to provide or fund "charity care," defined as the unreimbursed costs to galloway ridge of providing healthcare, housing or other services to residents who are unable to pay for all or part of the services rendered. (c) to provide or fund "community benefits," defined as the unreimbursed costs to galloway ridge of providing the following:i. Services, including health, recreation, community research, and education activities provided to the community at large, including the elderly. Ii. Charitable donations. Iii. Donated volunteer services. Iv. Donations and voluntary payments to government agencies. (d) to solicit, receive, administer, invest and distribute funds for the purposes listed above. Contributions to the galloway ridge charitable fund may be designated these purposes: i) support for galloway ridge residents who may need assistance with fees in the future because of difficult financial circumstances; ii) support of the chatham community; galloway ridge and its residents have fostered and established relationships with numerous agencies and organizations throughout the community including the following:ackland art museum, lystra baptist churchagape corner school, mt carmel baptist churchalzheimer's of nc 5k, margaret pollark middle schoolbahama raritan club, mariposa schoolcampell university choral, mcdougal elementary schoolc. A. S. T. , mow'scampbell university choral, mt bethel united methodist churchcarrboro art center, nccrachapel in the pines, nearly nice shopcarolina tiger rescue, neighbors helping neighborschatham county altzheimer's, north carolinian society - uncchatham county on aging, pittsbboro united methodist churchchatham county government, prime time playerschatham county hospice, rape crisis centerchatham literacy council, relay for lifechrist united methodist church, rotary internationalcommunity service, salvation armycounty line newspaper, sierra clubcoupons for the troops, st. Bart's episcopal churchcora, st thomas more churchduplin county historical society, triangle j council of governmentsearth echo international, tutor poetsfearrington women's club, united methodist womentfriends of the pittsboro library, united way of chatham countygoathouse cat refuge, university united methodist churchhabitat for humanity, university women's clubheartwood montissori school, unc alumni associationhome health foundation, unc botanical gardensinterfaith council, unc hospital-burn unitjustice united orange county, unc hospital cancer centerkingswood elementary school, unc-hospital elves & angelslcs-rac, unc-hospital-emergency roomlinas blanket project, unc medical school mentoringin 2014, galloway ridge not only supported the above mentioned organizations by fostering an environment that supported and encouraged its residents and employees to volunteer, it also made the following cash commitments:o boys & girls club ($2,500)o chatham arts council ($2,000)o chatham cares com pharmacy ($5,000)o chatham county council on aging ($4,500)o chatham county literacy council ($2,500)o chatham soccer league ($3,000)o cora party ($6,000)o deep river park association ($500)o el futuro ($4,000)o family violence & rape crisis ($7,000)o hispanic liason ($4,000) o horton middle school ($2,500)o perry harrison elementary-fuel up ($2,000)o sister voices ($2,500)o st julia catholic church ($6,000)o west chatham food pantry ($6,000)