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Yoi Shigoto - "The Good Work"

Yoi Shigoto simply translated from Japanese means "the good work." As a division of Mitsui & Co., LTD, we embrace Yoi Shigoto as part of the core values that guide our behavior. We believe that it is our responsibility to do good work to positively impact our residents, their families and our associates, as well as the local community and even the world.

Through selfless endeavors within our sphere of influence, we strive to make a difference in each others' lives and the lives of those working and living within the communities we serve. We work together as a company and in concert with our community partners to create a prosperous and enduring future for all.

Hover over the images below for information about recent examples of Yoi Shigoto in action at MBK Senior Living.

To celebrate National Puppy Day, the MBK Senior Living home office collected pet food and supplies, including dog beds, chew toys, cat litter and trays, bowls, blankets, and much more. All items were donated to the Orange County Humane Society in Huntington Beach, CA.

Staff and residents from the Welbrook Arlington community in Riverside, CA, recently visited the Loma Linda V.A. Hospital to distribute gift bags to 50 disabled veterans.

The Commons at Dallas Ranch community in Antioch, California, partnered with Meals on Wheels Senior Outreach Services for a successful, first-ever March for Meals campaign. This campaign was geared toward bringing awareness to Senior Hunger and Isolation Issues in Contra Costa County.

The event was supported by the Contra Costa Civic Community, students, and residents from The Commons at Dallas Ranch, and it was covered by the local press.

Antioch mayor Sean Wright attended the event as well, and spoke with The Commons at Dallas Ranch's Director of Sales and Marketing, Alberto.

Residents at The Wellington in Salt Lake City worked together with the local Baha’i community to make hygiene kits for Utah refugees. The Baha’i community was celebrating the annual holiday of Ayyám-i-Há, during which time they look for opportunities to teach their children about community service.

The hygiene kits were donated to the Utah Refugee Center. For more information, click here.

Oakmont Gardens and Oakmont Volunteer helpers raised $700 in 2 hours to purchase supplies that they made in to 75 baskets full of holiday cheer. The 75 baskets were delivered by the two groups to homebound seniors in Oakmont Village. The group was able to deliver 60 more baskets than usual thanks to the support of Oakmont Gardens residents, associates and families.

The Hillcrest of Loveland held a Luau fundraiser during which associates, residents, and their families helped raise $5,000 for the Alzheimer's Association and $600 for the Loveland Mounted Police.

The MBK Senior Living home office team constructed five playhouses for the San Diego Habitat for Humanity Playhouse Program. This service donated $12,500 in total to the organization's home-building efforts. For more information, click here.