Corporate Philanthropy

Senior Star is committed to making a positive impact on the communities where our residents reside and on the entire Aging Services industry. Our team remains committed to causes that affect seniors around the globe.

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Guiding families like yours.

Senior Star is here for our communities.

Our Commitment to Philanthropy


Every Senior Deserves a Place Filled with Exploration, Passion and Meaning.

We champion this concept with every corporate philanthropy opportunity. As a nationally recognized leader in the industry, we are proud to be a source of guidance for thousands of families every year. That’s why we continually research emerging issues as well as trends in senior living and then put what we learn into action through our corporate philanthropy efforts in these areas:

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Local Communities

Our founders, identical twins Bob and Bill Thomas, have served in leadership roles as past chairs for the Tulsa Area United Way Board of Directors, LIFE Senior Services Capital/Endowment Campaign and the Tulsa Area United Way Community Campaign — where their leadership contributed to achieving the largest United Way campaign in Tulsa’s history.
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Senior Housing

In 2021, William & Robert were inducted into the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA) Senior Living Hall of Fame for their significant contributions and dedication to senior living housing. ASHA’s Senior Living Hall of Fame recognizes “visionary individuals who have distinguished themselves through uncommon foresight” as well as “groundbreaking innovation” and “an unwavering commitment to community lifestyles that enhance choice, independence, dignity and personalized service.” Along with the Thomas brothers, the 2021 Hall of Fame class induction included the late Carl Campbell and Belmont Village Senior Living CEO Patricia Will.
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Alzheimer's Advocacy

Our co-founder and other team members travel and advocate to champion a “World without Alzheimer’s” among legislators and groups instrumental in providing support for this cause. The National Alzheimer’s Association honored the leadership of Bob Thomas in this area by presenting him with the Maureen Reagan Outstanding Advocate Award — an award given to only one recipient annually for Alzheimer’s advocacy.

Our 3 Pillars of Social Responsibility


Senior Star commits our support to these three organizations, but our support doesn’t stop here. If there is a non-profit organization our associates are actively engaged with, we want to help them achieve success as leaders in giving back.
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ASHA

The American Seniors Housing Association brings the voice of seniors to Capitol Hill. Salaried Senior Star associates can make an annual contribution to ASHA’s PAC to help influence key legislation that impacts how care and services are delivered in the senior living industry.
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Walk to End Alzheimer's ®

Senior Star associates make up the 4th highest fundraising team in the nation. When we ask our friends & family to make a donation, we are providing hope as we continue to pursue our nation’s goal – to prevent and effectively treat Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias by 2025.
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United Way

Senior Star associates have the opportunity to give to the United Way each year (or to another organization that each community supports) to advance the common good in the areas of education, income, and health in each local community.
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We also encourage philanthropy among our associates by inspiring them to champion causes that impact seniors both at work and within their local communities. It is one more reason why families turn to Senior Star for knowledge they can count on.

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