At Moravian Manor, volunteers play an integral role in the daily life of our community. They bring a quality of caring that enhances the Manor’s daily activities and services and strengthens our commitment to the highest quality of life for all residents.
Volunteers are involved in many important services. We coordinate assignments to suit individual interests, talents, and schedules, designing your special gift of time to be an enriching and rewarding part of your life. The volunteer experience enables you to: create new friendships, learn or share new skills, be a valuable part of the volunteer team, explore career choices, and most of all make a difference in the lives of others. Volunteer opportunities include, but are not limited to:
To learn more about volunteer opportunities at Moravian Manor, we invite you to contact:
Robin Work, Volunteer / Life Enrichment Coordinator
300 W. Lemon Street
Lititz, PA 17543
The Lamplighters Association
The Lamplighters Association was created to serve and support the residents and needs of Moravian Manor in a variety of ways. One of our main objectives is to fundraise for the Benevolent Care Fund and for the many residents who are in need of this fund. The Benevolent Care Fund was established to ensure that we would have funds to care for the residents, who for no fault of their own, have run out of resources to pay for their care.
Fundraising events are also coordinated to help finance specific projects of the Manor that will benefit the residents and the Manor.
The Lamplighters Association is built upon a rich tradition of service to the residents of Moravian Manor. Membership in the auxiliary is open to anyone interested in enriching the lives of Manor residents.
The Lamplighters Association gives opportunities to:
For more information or how to become involved, contact:
Michele Dombach, Director of Development
300 W Lemon Street
Lititz, PA 17543
No Resident Dies Alone Program (NRDA)
No Resident Dies Alone (PDF)
NRDA is offered to families whose loved one is actively dying. Trained volunteers become a compassionate presence with the dying resident. Two hour training sessions are offered periodically during the year. Contact Chaplain Rich Thierolf at 625-6139 or email@example.com for details.