At Collington, we are steadfastly dedicated to our mission of creating a community for older adults and all they care about, inspired by their vision for purposeful lives. We hold ourselves accountable to this goal and to residents of Collington and their loved ones, staff members, donors to the Collington Foundation and members of the public.
Collington commits to fostering a culture of compliance as part of its business operations. Our organization adheres to standards for performance, clear statements of practices, rules and policies that help detect and prevent fraud, waste, abuse and policy violations.
Financial Statement & IRS Form 990
As a not-for-profit organization, Collington is obligated to submit to appropriate government agencies and to share public company financial statements. These statements outline how the organization allocates resources to provide services to the Collington community.
Each year Collington completes the IRS Form 990 which provides the IRS with an overview of our organization’s governance, activities and finances. The 990 Form can be retrieved by following these steps:
- Visit GuideStar.org
- On the homepage, click the red “Create Account” button in the top right corner to create a free account.
- You will be asked to fill out a form with your first and last name, your email address and a password to gain access to the site.
- Once you’ve submitted the information to create an account, you’ll receive a “Welcome to GuideStar!” email asking you to click a link to verify your email address.
- After you’ve verified your email address, you’ll receive a “Thank you for signing up” email that includes links with instructions on:
Code of Conduct
Collington’s Code of Conduct is our commitment to legal, ethical, and professional conduct in everything that we do. This Code covers the compliance issues, laws and regulations, and guidelines that are relevant to a provider of senior services, especially those providing a wide range of healthcare services.
The Code of Conduct not only reflects Collington’s Values but also serves as a bold statement that influences how we enhance a resident’s quality of life.
CARF Consumer Guide
When planning retirement, prospective residents must consider the financial health of their potential future community and home. An excellent source of consumer information about lifecare finances and the important metrics that define their health is available from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This organization provides a performance review of communities like Collington and rates them against international standards. The CARF Consumer Guide to Understanding Financial Performance & Reporting in Continuing Care Retirement Communities is an excellent source of critical information that can aid you in your retirement planning process.
Kendal’s Annual Report reflects the previous year’s financial position and shares stories that demonstrate the ways that Kendal makes a difference in the communities where Affiliates are located. Kendal’s 2021 Annual Report tells the stories of how Kendal communities responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and social and political unrest during 2020.