Middle-Income, 55+, Rental Agri-Villages near major cities. Self-Sustaining Sanctuaries of Wellness, offering Purposeful, Gracious, Independent Adult Living!
Obtain land, build, and operate intentional, self-sustaining* G3 Village rental communities.
*A self sustaining intentional community is a volunteer service residential community, designed to have a high degree of social cohesion and team work. G3 Villages have organic farming, a true farm to table component.
The purpose of G3 Village is to inspire successful aging. A safe living space for middle-income senior adults to age gracefully in a community serving others.
Problem Worth Solving
Today, there are 110 million Americans age 50+, 34% of the US population and those numbers are rising rapidly. Sadly, senior adults are NOT AGING SUCCESSFULLY. They are caught in a world of rising costs, isolation, loneliness, & depression. Three components to successful aging, in addition to quality housing, include; PHYSICAL, MENTAL, and SOCIAL well-being.
Team and Key Roles
G3 Village Visionary
Joanne has ministered to the hearts and minds of thousands of seniors. She takes seriously God's call to tend and feed His sheep.
Has a Servant’s Heart, Proven Business / Commercial Construction Record, Understanding of Organizational Clarity, and Strategic Insight.
Janet O. Whitmill
Janet Whitmill brings excellent research and analysis skills in land development, environment, site planning and local regulations.
SoaM Board Chair
Lauren has been a passionate supporter of SoaM for a decade. It is his honor to shepherd the G3 Village concept into reality for seniors.
Partners and Resources
HTC has a reputation for highly competent, ethical, and personable consultants committed to assisting clients reach their evaluation goals.
Third Lens Ministries
The Third Lens provides comprehensive management services for the planning, design and construction of capital projects; 50 years of talent.
Capital Campaign Council
Founded in 1982, The FOCUS Group has served nonprofits for four decades. Building the kingdom of God by engaging relationships with donors.
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