526 Wood Street, Bethlehem, PA  18018

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Giving Opportunities
at Moravian Village of Bethlehem

A message from the Development Department:

A not-for-profit organization founded in 2002, Moravian Village of Bethlehem is a unique community with a caring culture focused on our own abiding values of freedom, friendship and health. All residents and patients are treated with compassion by dedicated professionals. We continually strive to provide a comfortable residence with state-of-the-art amenities. Everything we do is specifically designed to make this a home, and the best place for all of our Moravian Village family to enjoy life!

Your gift will make a difference! Every gift, no matter the size, is vital to our mission of providing the highest level of quality compassionate care and a wide variety of life enrichment activities for each resident and patient at Moravian Village.

Please feel free to contact me if I may be of assistance. In advance, I thank you for your generosity.

Stacey J. Scholl
Director of Development
Moravian Village of Bethlehem
526 Wood St.
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Phone: (610) 625-4885, extension 404
Fax: (610) 867-8097


In a secure courtyard immediately off of the Four Seasons Room in the new Reverend & Barbara Caldwell Center for Memory Care, Moravian Village anticipates creating the Memory Care Garden this spring/summer.

Outdoor spaces promote relaxation, encourage physical activity, reduce agitation, and may help stimulate memories for people with dementia. Gentle exercise for the mind and body is involved in gardening which can help reduce common dementia symptoms such as poor appetite or disturbed sleep. Working in a garden also taps into happy memories for many people, even when memory is otherwise impaired. Gardens provide quiet spaces for visiting with family members.

Gardening and bird watching are very popular activities for people of all ages. Seeing a brilliant sunset, enjoying the lovely fragrance of a flower, and listening to the sounds of water cascading in a fountain, are all wonderful ways to excite the senses in a positive way. These activities are very important because they help a person remain connected to the world around them. It is imperative for a person with Alzheimer's to be able to continue enjoying outdoor activities which they have done throughout their lives.

Specific Giving Opportunities

Item #Available Donation Level
Main Entrance Signage 1 $70,000
Pergola 1 $5,000
Arbor Bench 1 $3,000
Teak Bench 1 $2,500
Teak Rocking Chairs 2 $1,000
Jar Fountain 1 $500
Urn 1 $400
Raised Planters (1) 4 Sides $250
Pavers 500 $50

Click here to view the Memory Garden Planting Plan and Layout


Memory Care Center

The Reverend Douglas & Barbara Caldwell Center for Memory Care at Moravian Village of Bethlehem is a 7,254 square foot community with specialized twenty private/semi-private rooms for the care of residents with neurocognitive disorders and is licensed for skilled nursing care for short or long term residency.

  • Certified and trained memory care staff hold certifications obtained from the Alzheimer’s Association program.

  • It’s Never Too Late technology – The IN2L system is built to increase desired outcomes for dementia patients focusing on activities, images and music that they prefer and creates interaction between residents, family and staff. The purpose-driven content helps dementia patients relax, reduce anxiety, be entertained, reminisce, laugh, exercise, be engaged, stay connected and achieve a better quality of life.

  • The Four Seasons room provides abundant space for gatherings and leisure activities with an easily accessible secure and enclosed courtyard.

  • Physician services and various care clinics are available on-site for the convenience of residents and include cardiac and wound care programs as well as physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy rehabilitation services.

  • An individually designed dining program is available for each resident.

Memory Care Room   Memory Care Four Season

The Healthcare Center at Moravian Village of Bethlehem provides top quality Rehabilitation, Wound Healing, Cardiac Care and Memory Care services to over 150 patients. There is always a need for new medical equipment to perform at our absolute best, reduce patient hospitalization, and increase the quality of care provided. Current needs include state-of-the-art technology for the Memory Care Center and a computerized bedside charting system.



The Gallery at Moravian Village of Bethlehem is pleased to provide a meaningful and lasting way for you to honor a special person, recognize an exceptional caretaker, memorialize a loved one, or acknowledge an achievement!

Your personal message can be permanently etched on a 5"x8" Gallery Window Pane.
Window Vinyl


Many Moravian Village of Bethlehem residents and patients no longer drive due to age related conditions. We provide transportation by bus for shopping trips, events, appointments, memorial services, and outings. Our 2005 bus was taken off the road, since repairs would cost more than its value. A new comfortable wheel chair accessible bus was delivered in 2016 and is being enjoyed by all. We are still accepting donations to offset the purchase cost and for upkeep and maintenance.

Moravian Village Bus


The Good Samaritan Fund provides financial assistance and charitable care to Moravian Village of Bethlehem residents who have depleted or outlived their own resources, allowing then to continue to receive the same quality of services, care, and life enrichment as residents with means still available.


Many employers sponsor matching gift programs that may double your charitable gift to Moravian Village of Bethlehem. Some companies even match gifts made by retirees or spouses of employees. Ask your employer’s Human Resources department if your gift can be matched.

Moravian Village of Bethlehem is a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Contributions to Moravian Village of Bethlehem are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by federal law.

The official registration and financial information of Moravian Village of Bethlehem may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732- 0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

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