Since opening in 1975, Moravian Manor has been dedicated to the care of seniors providing a wide range of health care services and living options that support and enrich the journey of aging.
Today, over 430 people call Moravian Manor home. Residential Living has grown to 266 residents, and that number is still growing! Residents also reside in Personal Care, the Health Center, and the Herrnhut Community, which is for residents with memory-related illness. The Health Center can accommodate 119 residents where knowledgeable, dedicated, and compassionate employees provide skilled care, rehabilitative care, and hospice care.
Approximately 54 people reside in Personal Care, where residents who can no longer live on their own receive the supportive care and services they need.
When seniors become residents of Moravian Manor, they are made a very special promise – they will never be asked to leave for financial reasons. On an average day there are 50 seniors – in all levels of care – whose resources will fall short of the cost of the services they receive.
Why is their ability to pay threatened? Sometimes, careful stewardship doesn’t account for the many years a resident lives after retirement. Other time, unexpected events take greater resources than a resident expected, and they find themselves having less to live on than they anticipated. Providing charitable service to those in need is a long-established tradition at Moravian Manor.
The cost of a day of care is $150. Moravian Manor provided services totaling more than $2.6 million in benevolent care last year, and was partially funded through our Benevolent Care Fund. Our goal to increase the Benevolent Care Fund is a constant priority, especially as we continue to assist more individuals, and healthcare costs continue to increase.
We are grateful for the generosity of the many donors who have contributed regularly throughout the years and continue to help build the fund today.
The Benevolent Care Fund is an assurance that each day, seniors who need our help will continue to receive the exceptional care they deserve in a community they love and call home. For family members, this promise of security is a great comfort and provides peace of mind.
Each gift we receive, regardless of size, makes a profound difference in the lives of residents and is deeply appreciated.
To discuss, without obligation, ways to help or to request additional literature, please call or write:
Michele Dombach, MBA
Director of Development and PR
300 West Lemon St.
Lititz, PA 17543