LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Oct. 20, 2014) – ElderServe, one of Louisville’s largest non-profit organizations providing a variety of services for older adults, will move its administrative offices to the Nucleus building at 300 East Market Street, Suite 190. The non-profit agency also unveiled its new logo.
“We are very excited about our new office space,” said CEO Julie Guenthner. “This location provides us with even more opportunities and exposure to serve older adults throughout our community.”
Guenthner explained the new location was a perfect opportunity to develop different branding. “We wanted to take advantage of this timing to introduce a fresh image that encompasses our long history of service for older adults, and also demonstrates that our future starts now with a whole new look,” she said.
More than $300,000 has been committed to ElderServe over the next five years by individuals, corporate foundations and companies in the local, for-profit senior services.
“We are grateful for the generous contributions made so far to our campaign, but there is still work to be done to reach our $500,000 goal,” she said.
In addition to the new office space, money raised will also support the upgrade of the organization’s IT systems and data tools, in preparation for supporting more seniors as demand for services grows.
Atria, the anchor tenant in the Nucleus building, will sublease the office space to ElderServe.