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Sauk Centre Care Center Capital Campaign

Putting the home back in senior care

Through the years, CentraCare has listened as the community voiced a need for more senior care options and upgrades to our Care Center in Sauk Centre. Area residents expressed a desire for enhanced community living that meets the needs of today’s seniors and includes single private rooms and space modernization.

1st State Bank

In response, CentraCare has committed $14 million to make this new senior living campus in Sauk Centre a reality. Philanthropic support of $5 million is also needed to provide enhancements that would not otherwise be possible.

Your support will help us improve the Care Center experience for our residents and their families. And now until Dec. 31, your gift will DOUBLE thanks to a generous $100,000 matching gift from 1st State Bank.

Please consider a gift to CentraCare Foundation – Sauk Centre and help to enhance our residents’ physical, emotional and social well-being and put “home” back in senior care.

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The Transformation

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Phase 1 (7-8 months to complete)

  • Create a new addition of 29 private, long-term care suites and two double suites on the east side of the building.
  • Construct and complete a town center — creating a friendly, inviting space for social, recreational and wellness activities.

Phase 2 (5-6 months to complete)

  • Remodel and refit current living spaces reflecting updated lifestyle standards and amenities.
  • Reconstruction of parking lots and care center drop off access.

Phase 3 (5-6 months to complete)

  • Renovate remaining living spaces and nursing pod.
  • Completion of parking lots and care center drop off access.

The Opportunity

Several dedicated donors already have laid the groundwork with gifts toward a total project goal of $14 million. Their generosity has inspired the CentraCare Foundation to identify this endeavor as a strategic priority with a philanthropic goal of raising $5 million. This project will be financed through philanthropy and by CentraCare.