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A nonprofit retirement community

Culpepper Garden is an award-winning, affordable, nonprofit residential community in Arlington with 340 apartments for seniors aged 62 and older.

In 1975, Culpepper Garden opened its first independent living residence with 204 apartments. To meet increasing demand, it added 63 independent living apartments in 1992.

Responding to the growing need for supportive services, Culpepper Garden in 2000 proudly opened its assisted living wing with 73 apartments. It was the first low-income assisted living residence of its type in the United States, and it remains the only such facility in Arlington County.

Culpepper Garden is located on five acres in the heart of Arlington. It is named in honor of Dr. Charles Culpepper, a botanist who owned the property and made it available for housing for low-income seniors. Today, Culpepper Garden is a model for senior affordable housing because of the services we provide through our extraordinary partnerships with Arlington County, state and federal agencies, the faith-based community, volunteers, and community leaders.

 
Thank you to our generous donors!
On behalf of the residents, Board of Directors and staff we thank Keller Williams Realty for including Culpepper Garden on their Red Day Volunteer Project. Volunteers organized an Arts and Crafts session and a Tea with Ballroom Dancing event for our Assisted Living residents. Garden crews worked all day on the grounds of Culpepper Garden. It was a special day for Culpepper Garden and the volunteers did a tremendous job.
See photos of Red Day
For volunteer opportunities as an individual or group, contact Vicki Kirkbride,
vkirkbride@culpeppergarden.org
 
News & Events
A Springtime Party was held on the beautiful grounds of Culpepper Garden. It was the perfect night and the food was catered by Culpepper Garden Chef Ray Riddle and his staff. Thank you for all of our sponsors and everyone who joined us.

Springtime Party 1
Jim Irving, Board of Directors member and State Senator Barbara Favola and Event Chair Jon Kinney enjoy the Culpepper Garden Springtime Party.

Springtime Party 2
Interim Executive Director Vicki Kirkbride and Senior Operations Director Hunter Moore with Congressman Moran and his special Culpepper Garden thank you gift for being the Honorary Chair for the event.

See our complete list of sponsors.
See photos of the event.

 
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