Not just staff, but also residents, friends, board members and other benefactors help make the quality of life at Covenant Woods the best it can be. Individually and together they give of their time, talent and financial generosity in both large and small ways. Their varied contributions to this community make a real difference in the growth of our programs and services.
Volunteers at Covenant Woods include residents, church members from sponsoring denominations, board members and people of all ages from the greater Hanover County and Richmond communities. Learn more by clicking here.
As a not-for-profit retirement community, Covenant Woods depends in part on the generosity of a wide range of people and organizations to assure a high quality of life overall and to assist residents who may experience a change in their own financial situation. Learn more by clicking here.
For a variety of additional information about Covenant Woods and to see a calendar of events, visit our News Center. Learn more by clicking here.
Covenant Woods is led by a volunteer Board of Directors, the membership of which historically comes equally from the Presbyterian Church and the United Methodist Church. Click here to see the names of current board members.