Day of Service: The Confidence Project

Imagine having to choose between basic hygiene products and paying the electric bill. 1 in 4 families face this difficult situation as they struggle to afford their most basic needs1 including hygiene products. This issue is exacerbated as government benefits such as food stamps do not allow for the purchase of hygiene products. Students who […]

10 Years of the Turnaround Shop

Galloway Ridge resident Joan Zollinger took an idea, hard work, and dedicated people to create something wonderful. Over a decade ago, Joan and her husband visited John’s sister at her Continuing Care Retirement Community in Virginia. During their trip, they learned that there was a resale shop for employees and residents. John’s sister explained that […]

2023 Leading Age NC Workplace Excellence Award

 Leading Age North Carolina honors Galloway Ridge at Fearrington with the 2023 Workplace Excellence Award. This is Galloway Ridge at Fearrington’s first time receiving this prestigious award. Galloway Ridge at Fearrington has also received recognition as one of the best companies to work for in the country. In addition to the 2023 Leading Age North […]

<strong>The Philosopher’s Stone:</strong> Cause and Effect

Our campus is even more beautiful and enriching, thanks to our newest outdoor art installation, Philosopher’s Stone: Cause and Effect.  The Philosopher’s Stone: Cause and Effect was explicitly created for the Villa’s Mail Kiosk Park by acclaimed California artist D. Yoshikawa Wright. Yoshi visited Galloway Ridge over a year ago to inspect and approve his installation’s […]

Chatham County Charitable Fund 2022 Recipients

The Galloway Ridge Chatham County Charitable Fund was established in 2006 to serve the citizens of Chatham County. Galloway Ridge residents help their Chatham County neighbors in need through the GRCCCF. Chatham County not-for-profits, schools, and governmental agency projects apply for community grants. We aim to fund projects in various locations within this large, rural […]

Community, by Fred Sparling

Fred Sparling, a resident since 2014, describes what living is like at Galloway Ridge through this colorful short piece called Community.