HumanGood was founded on the belief that everyone should have the opportunity to live life with enthusiasm, confidence and security, regardless of physical, social or economic circumstances. Our mission is to ensure that those we serve have every opportunity to become their best selves as they define it. This extends to those who live in our communities, their family and friends and those who serve them. With approximately 5,000 team members serving more than 13,000 residents in our 21 Life Plan Communities and 95 Affordable Housing communities in California, Washington State, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Pennsylvania and Delaware, HumanGood is the sixth largest nonprofit senior living provider in the country.

Our Winning Aspiration

Be the leading innovator in delivering enriched and engaged experiences with optimal health and measurable life fulfillment.

Our Mission

To redefine the meaning of aging well for adults 55 and older, and deliver products and services that offer opportunities to pursue engaged, purposeful lives.

Our Vision

All adults 55 and older have the opportunity to live their lives with enthusiasm, confidence and security, regardless of their physical, social, or economic circumstances.

Our Values

Our values define how and why we serve our mission, but our team members make up our HumanGood culture. Each and every day, our team members inspire our residents to live their best lives possible, providing the care and support they deserve. These values are:


We care deeply about the success of our team, those we serve and HumanGood.

  • We inspire, energize and challenge our team members in a respectful manner.
  • We anticipate customer needs and seek to exceed expectations.
  • We are committed to the support and success of our team.


We are better when we include people of different backgrounds and perspectives.

  • We seek out different viewpoints to improve our ideas and plans.
  • We make decisions based on an understanding of team member and resident needs.
  • We create positive and memorable experiences that honor and reflect our diversity.


We do what’s right, even when it’s hard.

  • We evaluate our options and take informed risks.
  • We speak up, sharing our ideas, opinions, feedback and knowledge.
  • We acknowledge our mistakes and use them to improve and learn.


We find new and better ways to serve our residents and team members and each new generation of older adults.

  • We keep an open mind and ask questions to explore new possibilities.
  • We share and test new ideas to create better solutions.
  • We look for ways to make things simpler whenever possible.


We judge ourselves based on our ability to move our mission forward.

  • We hold ourselves and each other accountable for results.
  • We prioritize our work to focus on what matters most.
  • We act decisively with knowledge and speed.