Town and Country

The information on this page was last updated 1/24/2023. If you see errors or omissions, please email: [email protected]


Town & Country is a nonprofit Life Plan Community for people 62+ that offers active independent living, assisted living, five star-rated skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation care. And to complete our circle care, we just opened Grace Gardens, a brand-new memory care community. We are proud to have been recognized again in 2022 with a 5-STAR rating. We are the ONLY free-standing skilled nursing facility in Orange County with 5-stars in every category.

Located in a walkable neighborhood in central Orange County, Town & Country delivers a vibrant lifestyle in a picture-perfect garden setting. Whether taking your dog for a stroll, sipping tea by the reflecting pool or golfing on the putting green, you'll find an abundance of opportunities and activities right where you live.

For almost 50 years, this beautiful community has been exemplary at delivering a top-quality living environment at an excellent value. We live to embody Christian values in our intent and actions, while respecting and supporting people of all faiths.

Contact information

Mailing address:
Town and Country
555 E. Memory Lane
Santa Ana, CA 92706


Phone: 714-547-7581

Email: [email protected]

Organization details

EIN: 951685807

CEO/President: Dirk Dewolfe


Board size: 10

Founder: Jennie Suppes

Ruling year: 1953

Tax deductible: Yes

Fiscal year end: 06/30

Member of ECFA: Yes

Member of ECFA since: 1988


As a non-profit organization, Town & Country puts profits back into the community to provide a high standard of care, better programming, and beautiful amenities for our residents. Integrity and a strong moral compass grounded on Christian values guide our decisions in business, finance and care.

We are a licensed Life Plan community, also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) by the State of California and offer independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation all in one building. Our brand-new Grace Gardens Memory Care community is now open and we're accepting up to 88 residents with dementia or Alzheimer's for four separate neighborhoods.

Mission statement

To demonstrate the care, love and hope of Jesus Christ to senior adults.

Statement of faith

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Financial efficiency ratings

Sector: Community Development

CategoryRatingOverall rankSector rank
Overall efficiency rating539 of 109171 of 142
Fund acquisition rating430 of 109449 of 142
Resource allocation rating217 of 109444 of 142
Asset utilization rating971 of 1091124 of 142

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Balance sheet
Receivables, inventories, prepaids$2,406,182$2,333,797$1,377,307$1,967,678$2,050,961
Short-term investments$14,352,000$14,658,214$13,110,540$6,788,255$6,308,454
Other current assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total current assets$23,718,419$32,773,056$45,876,159$46,554,132$14,104,849
Long-term investments$0$795,423$1,196,538$1,514,291$1,412,533
Fixed assets$36,559,897$36,474,352$17,020,717$10,414,797$9,831,123
Other long-term assets$2,678,193$2,740,037$2,961,636$2,898,062$16,042
Total long-term assets$39,238,090$40,009,812$21,178,891$14,827,150$11,259,698
Total assets$62,956,509$72,782,868$67,055,050$61,381,282$25,364,547
Payables and accrued expenses$3,232,077$6,425,757$3,707,353$1,246,356$1,112,569
Other current liabilities$367,937$596,800$393,715$362,659$359,563
Total current liabilities$3,600,014$7,022,557$4,101,068$1,609,015$1,472,132
Due to (from) affiliates$0$0$0$0$0
Other long-term liabilities$131,900$2,000,769$2,275,237$7,000$7,000
Total long-term liabilities$39,255,235$42,110,517$43,091,632$41,421,649$7,307,000
Total liabilities$42,855,249$49,133,074$47,192,700$43,030,664$8,779,132
Net assets20222021202020192018
Without donor restrictions$19,717,597$23,256,080$19,522,367$18,110,635$16,345,432
With donor restrictions$383,663$393,714$339,983$239,983$239,983
Net assets$20,101,260$23,649,794$19,862,350$18,350,618$16,585,415
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Total contributions$2,522,156$2,849,778$1,177,174$58,030$64,023
Program service revenue$21,500,389$17,726,070$19,946,276$20,798,195$19,617,927
Membership dues$0$0$0$0$0
Investment income$615,462$1,758,548$599,332$322,034$278,844
Other revenue$54,130$20,226$39,500$35,827$39,441
Total other revenue$22,169,981$19,504,844$20,585,108$21,156,056$19,936,212
Total revenue$24,692,137$22,354,622$21,762,282$21,214,086$20,000,235
Program services$22,245,575$16,534,951$17,820,599$17,435,824$17,236,923
Management and general$3,752,722$2,863,741$2,335,433$2,328,157$1,885,092
Total expenses$26,006,243$19,399,113$20,185,599$19,807,072$19,122,015
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Surplus (deficit)($1,314,106)$2,955,509$1,576,683$1,407,014$878,220
Other changes in net assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total change in net assets($1,314,106)$2,955,509$1,576,683$1,407,014$878,220


Gina KolbCFO$294,332
Joe LamendolaTreasurer/Board of Directors$242,820
Dirk DewolfeCEO-Thru 09/2021$225,510
Mi Ran MelendezDirector of Nursing$190,437
Marissa PreciadoSkilled Nursing Administrator$175,768
Ken BaldesBoard of Directors$170,905
Clarissa BacaAdmission Director$164,798
Elizabeth WhiteHuman Resources Director$144,344
Robert GoerzenCEO/President$141,356
Hyekyung KimMds Coordinator$126,708

Compensation data as of: 6/30/2022

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The information below was provided to MinistryWatch by the ministry itself. It was last updated 1/24/2023. To update the information below, please email: [email protected]


Town & Country began with the vision of Mrs. Jennie Suppes, who prayed for a miracle after feeling called to build a furlough home for missionaries in Glendale, CA. However, she had very few resources and no financial means to pay for her vision. When oil was unexpectedly discovered on property that Mrs. Suppes owned, her vision was realized.

Interestingly, the amount she prayed for in order to build the Glendale Missionary Colony was the exact amount of the oil that pumped from her land before the well went dry!

By 1970, the property in Glendale, which included a 45-bed skilled nursing facility, had outgrown its ability to expand. A 8.5-acre property was purchased as the future home of Town & Country Manor. Over the next 25 years, Town & Country expanded it offerings, upgraded its programming, and elevated its skilled nursing and rehabilitation care to help its Independent and Assisted Living residents to live well and be well cared for.

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Program accomplishments