Bridge the Gap Fund
Senior Citizens Home Assistance Service (SCHAS) opened the doors of Renaissance Terrace Assisted Living in 2008.
Established as a 501c3, non-profit, Renaissance Terrace was created with the idea of meeting the community’s need
for affordable assisted living care.
The Renaissance Terrace team is committed to enriching the quality of life for residents while promoting
dignity and independence. Renaissance Terrace offers a price point that is much lower than the average cost of
assisted living care in the Metro Knoxville Area.
Our all inclusive fee paired with our participation in benefit programs such as:
- Veteran’s Benefits
- Long-term care insurance
- TennCare (CHOICES)
defines our commitment to help our residents meet the cost of assisted living care.
What is the purpose of the Renaissance Terrace Bridge the Gap Fund?
In spite of our low price point, and the benefit programs that we accept,
many people must be turned away because they do not qualify for benefit program assistance,
or fall short of the personal funds needed to provide for themselves. This leaves them with
no viable option for assisted living care.
The Renaissance Terrace Assisted Living “Bridge the Gap Fund” will offer a
subsidy to assist these people with funds to help meet that need.
Why we need your help.
The stability of the Bridge the Gap Fund results from loyal dedication and contributions of the individuals, businesses, and foundations, who financially support our mission year after year. Without the continued support of generous donors, these needs will likely go unmet.
The decisions made every day are of infinite importance. The smallest choice today can have lasting impact on the life of another person. Your donation will help a deserving person receive the assisted living care they need to
live a fulfilling and healthier life.
By making a tax-deductible donation you will make a direct contribution to providing assisted living care. You will touch the lives of those who need and receive that care. Please consider making a donation today.