"Strong Connections to Neighbourhoods"
For decades, the residents who live in Pacific Arbour’s retirement residences have invested their time, energy, and dedication building strong communities and bettering the lives of others. Rainer Muller, founder and chairman of Pacific Arbour understands this. As part of his ongoing commitment to honour the investment of seniors who choose to call Pacific Arbour “home”, he founded “Partners Together”.
Partners Together is collaboration between non-profits and Pacific Arbour Retirement Communities. Non-profit organizations that encompass a broad cross section of services and support systems for all ages – mirroring the work of Pacific Arbour’s seniors in most cases – form the base of the program.
Financial contributions enabling key programs to continue are only part of our partnership. Pacific Arbour likes to work alongside these organizations wherever possible, as it is “people helping people” that makes a community strong and sustainable.
We’re committed to staying in the community, and contributing to the well-being of the local neighbourhood. Our residents want that, and our employees want that. We wouldn’t have it any other way. Pacific Arbour and its residents are proud to put their name behind these community organizations and play a role in seeing “good things come together”.