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Pilgrim Place Post ©Communications Committee of Town Meeting;

(the Residents of Pilgrim Place,)  625 Mayflower Rd. Claremont CA. Gene Boutilier,  Lead Editor.

contact: pilgrimplacepost@gmail.com. PigrimPlacePost.org  is a resident publication. To view the web site maintained by our administration visit the web site pilgrimplace.org.

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Pilgrim Place is the collective spirit of those who value living in an active, spiritually-fulfilling, reflective community, and who have dedicated their lives (locally and globally) as advocates for social change.  Residents at Pilgrim Place demonstrate that elders are a rich social resource and in retirement continue to be leaders for justice, peace and environmental activism.   

Since 1915 it has been a home to thousands of persons who desire to be active contributors in a reflective vibrant community, who exemplify genuine care for others, who have demonstrated a sustained commitment of service to others through a local or global cause and who value living in a diverse and inclusive community. Serving others is what Pilgrim residents have been called to do. It is what they did in their working lives and it’s what they continue to do in “retirement.” This is why such a strong sense of community pervades the entire campus.

Pilgrim Place welcomes:

  • Persons who desire to be active contributors in a reflective vibrant community

  • Persons who exemplify genuine care for others

  • Persons who have demonstrated a sustained commitment of service to others through a local or global cause

  • Persons who value living in a diverse and inclusive community

  • Persons age 60 plus

  • Persons who meet the financial requirements

  • Persons who meet the State of California medical review to live independently

Pilgrim Place is open to all such qualified persons regardless of gender, religion, race, ethnicity, national origin, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation. Staff members are ready to answer your questions in your personal journey.  To receive more information about Pilgrim Place please contact the Admissions Office at 909-399-5504.

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