The VCC Fundraising for the Tucson Properties
Our California Fundraising Tour begins on March 12th, 2017.
Please follow us on our “CA Tour Diaries” page – coming soon.
Our Vedic Care Model in Tucson, Arizona
Wisdom of the elders
Energy of the young
As spring and winter dance together
In service and devotion to God
At the Vedic Care Charitable Trust, we are committed to developing a community based in Tuscon, Arizona, to take excellent care of our spiritual elders.
Civilization means caring for our elderly and facilitating service between our elderly and young.
Experience embraces curiosity
A sense of perspective greets adventure
Knowing blends with hope
Patience harmonizes with exploration
Our elders will feel valued and nurtured.
Our younger volunteers will feel empowered with purpose.
Together, in God’s service, we will care for each other, and thereby, develop our devotion.
We have six staff members ready to serve, and four beds to fill already today.
Please watch the video for the Tucson Properties details
The desert southwest (Tucson, Arizona) is the ideal location for VCC senior care, hospice care, permaculture, arts and community building because of the inspiring and world famous landscape, year round warm weather and breathtaking mountain vistas.
437 South Railroad is the ideal setting for the VCC’s launch in the desert southwest. With six beds and six full, private baths and 7,888 square ft, the home has ample space for privacy, a creative space/school, large dining hall, commercial sized kitchen and patio area large enough to host multiple patients, community members or even events. The main home is 100% solar powered.
The property includes a back lot with three separate guest homes, all of which have two bedrooms, one bath and full kitchens. This will be turned into seven-plus beds for Adult Assisted Care. We also have a forty acre farm less then two hours drive from Tucson with plenty of water. Both properties are on the market for a combined total of $1.4M, but the VCC needs only from 30% to 50% of this amount to begin its operations. For the detailed Business Plan (with three year projections) on this operation, please email us at info(at)vediccare.org. Thank you.
Patients, artists, food activists, healers and teachers will work together, building a community where devotees can find peace in their end of life transition, surrounded by caring counselors, Vedic doctors, spiritual artists and musicians.
Teachers will educate on broader global subjects to enrich the lives of the old and young. Spiritually minded food activists can grow and educate the surrounding community on sustainable, organic farming in smaller spaces. And finally, creative artists can inspire with their music, singing, sculpting and canvas work.