Security Benefit Continues Legacy of Service

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Security Benefit Continues Legacy of Service

The Midland Care Compass Center for Senior Independence clinic will be named for Security Benefit in recognition of their benevolent $250,000 gift.

“Security Benefit is honored to continue its tradition of philanthropy and care for the elderly, through our alliance with Midland Care and the Compass Center for Senior Independence,” said Mike Kiley, CEO of Security Benefit Corporation. “The opportunity to link Security Benefit’s past with its future by sponsoring the Health Clinic appealed to our Charitable Trust Committee because it brings the company’s commitment to the community, including the frail and elderly, full circle.”

Security Benefit has a strong legacy of charitable support in Topeka stretching over 125 years in the community. What started with eleven men with $11 blossomed into a tradition of providing “benevolence, charity, social culture, mental improvement, education, care of the sick and needy, and so much more,” said Kiley. “Through our ongoing partnership with Midland Care, we are more confident than ever that Topeka and Shawnee County will have the capacity to serve those in need, especially by virtue of the additional alliance with Meals on Wheels being located at the new facility.”

The new clinic will be expanded to provide more space and privacy when seeing a health care professional. The expansion will provide for four exam rooms instead of the current two. There will also be more privacy with the construction of larger rooms and waiting areas that are away from heavy traffic hallways.

For many years, Security Benefit has been a strong financial supporter of Midland Care, including being a major part of our Journey Home Campaign to build the The House at Midland Care in 1998.

“Midland Care provides services vitally necessary to the citizens of Topeka and surrounding communities,” said Kiley. “We are honored to continue Security Benefit’s tradition of philanthropy and caring for the community through our support of an organization like Midland Care.”

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