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The mission of the Santa Clara Methodist Retirement Foundation is to provide innovative affordable housing and services to low income seniors in Santa Clara County so people in this community can live their entire lives with safety, dignity and respect.

The Santa Clara Methodist Retirement Foundation, Inc. (SCMRF) invites you to embark on a fascinating journey through our website. 

Become familiar with our current retirement communities in Northern California: Liberty Tower in Santa Clara and Wesley Manor in Campbell. Discover the amenities and the variety of activities that take place in our beautiful and vibrant environments. Visit our “Expansion” page to learn about our future plans to build additional affordable senior housing in Santa Clara.

Learn more about us as you explore our path to carefree living.




SCMRF was founded by a social action group of the Santa Clara United Methodist Church in 1965 in order to provide affordable housing and services for low income seniors. Although not affiliated with the Methodist Church, the Foundation’s name signifies its historical beginning.

In 2015 the Foundation celebrated its 50th anniversary as a California tax exempt, not-for-profit organization. Liberty Tower, an eleven-story high-rise, was constructed on the former Methodist Church site in Santa Clara and was opened to residents in 1973.  Five miles to the south in Campbell, a second twelve-story high-rise facility, Wesley Manor opened in 1979 to provide additional housing for seniors and for persons with physical disabilities. At that time, the Board of Directors was increased to include representatives from the Campbell United Methodist Church, as well as from the community at large.

For more than 46 years, the Foundation has provided safe, decent, affordable housing for over 1,325 senior and persons with disabilities in the community.
We at SCMRF are committed to the well-being, of our residents. We strive to provide exceptional, affordable housing for low-income seniors and persons with disabilities.