Community Involvement

At FutureCare, we believe it is our responsibility to make positive contributions to the communities we serve. We've been committed to community involvement since the company was founded in the 1980s.  FutureCare received the Mayor's Business Recognition Award for the annual pumpkin patch it holds at FutureCare Sandtown.

FutureCare's annual Fall Pumpkin Festival lights up the entire neighborhood. Upwards of 2,500 local children attend and are able to choose a pumpking from the pumpkin patch, take part in trick-or-treating, face painting, hayrides, and a wide array of various activities. FutureCare's residents and staff love seeing smiles on the faces of so many youngsters.

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FutureCare looks for ways to get involved with our local communities.  For example, it came to our attention that the children at Gilmor Elementary school, near our Sandtown/Winchester center, did not have a functional playground.  FutureCare partnered with the Kaboom organization to build them a new playground.  Click on the video above and take a look!

FutureCare is also involved with various campaigns, events, fundraisers and local charitable causes. For example, FutureCare participates annually in the Kennedy Krieger's Festival of Trees, facilities are involved in canned food drives to stock the food banks of local houses of worship, and FutureCare participates in various charitable walks and fundraisers. These fundraisers raise money for causes ranging from Alzheimer's disease research to breast cancer awareness.

"We want to be an active part of the community," shares FutureCare CEO, Gary Attman. "We want to know the shopkeepers, we join the local community associations, and we really feel that allows us to provide a better service to the patient."

It is for these reasons, among many others, that people enjoy having FutureCare as part of their neighborhood.

We love hearing about how we can better serve our neighborhoods. If you have suggestions, please feel free to email us at