Come and Visit
Pilgrim Place has often been described as a counter cultural community, an odd description perhaps, but not completely inaccurate. What makes the ethos of this community so unique is a notion, widely shared, that it's less important to fuss over what you have than to focus on who you are and, ultimately, to whom you are accountable.
Since you are a person interested in Pilgrim Place, you know that it has been home to thousands of persons who have served as missionaries, ministers, theological seminary faculty, denominational executives, YMCA/YWCA staff, community organizers, and peace and justice advocates. Serving others is what Pilgrim residents have been called to do. It is what they did in their careers in religious or charitable non-profit organizations, and it’s what they continue to do in “retirement.”
Pilgrim Place is alive with opportunities for reflection, spiritual growth, physical activity, and mutual encouragement. In these and many other ways, the community at Pilgrim place inspires creativity and nurtures the volunteer spirit. And, for us, it is especially important that the doors of Pilgrim Place have always been and will be open to those with minimal financial resources to ensure that they have a home and the support they need to live in dignity.
We encourage you to call us at (909) 399-5500 and schedule a visit and tour so that you can experience firsthand the selfless, giving energy this community has to offer.
Pilgrim Place Development Department
625 Mayflower Road
Claremont, CA 91711
Joyce Ewen Yarborough
Vice President of Advancement
Joyce joined Pilgrim Place in 2006 and brings over 20 years of experience working in the non-profit field and fund raising. Joyce brings a genuine interest of people to her work. She finds Pilgrim Place an invigorating and thought-provoking environment – a place with a social conscience.
Director of Annual Giving and Special Events
Viki is the newest member to our Pilgrim Place staff. She brings with her over 15 years of fundraising experience. She is looking forward to assisting Pilgrim Place in securing it's financial future. Viki is moved by all of the ways our residents have touched so many lives and how they continue to do so in retirement.
Susan joined the Pilgrim Place staff in 1993. During that time she has pioneered the development of a sophisticated data base system to ensure accuracy and security of all donor records. Susan is inspired by the contributions Pilgrim Place residents have made all over the world during their careers.