Jackson Healthcare expands its reach to the nonprofit industry with the opening of LoveLifts Village.
The “new environment” aims “to provide professional co-working and dedicated office space for non-profit organizations” and “fits squarely within the company’s purpose partnerships focus, serving as a multiplier to support the efforts and good works of the not-for-profit world.”
LoveLifts Village is the latest extension of Jackson Healthcare’s LoveLifts community impact program, which is built on four pillars: business mobilization, associate volunteerism, purpose partnerships and corporate giving.
“The vision behind LoveLifts Village is to create an environment that fosters a sense of community for area non-profit organizations in search of flexible, affordable office and coworking space in a professional work setting,” said Jackson Healthcare President Shane Jackson.
LoveLifts Village anticipates welcoming the first non-profits to the space scheduled to move in this month.
“In this environment, they can continue to advance their missions of serving others in a space that enables them to collaborate, share ideas and best practices and grow in community with other like-minded organizations,” said Jackson.
Occupants are required to be: a registered 501(c)(3) organization and lease for the minimum term of six months.
“The lease includes reception, parking, cleaning, security, internet and break room services,” said the website.
Nonprofit occupants can arrange access to conference and training rooms.
Campus amenities, the gym and café for example, are available for purchase.
Jackson Healthcare is “a family of highly-specialized healthcare staffing, search and technology companies.”
LoveLifts Village is on the campus of Jackson Healthcare headquarters.
More information about LoveLifts Village is available at https://bit.ly/2SvdO9Q.