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At the heart of our community is CHARITY.  Contributions from residents, families and friends of Moravian Hall Square enrich the lives of all those within.  Listed below are some highlighted needs within our community.

Harvest of Friends  2016

Homecoming Celebration Success!

This year our annual dinner gala exceeded expectations – guests enjoyed the playful atmosphere of tailgating during the reception cocktail hour.  College fight songs, Nazareth High cheerleaders, a stadium photo booth, auction gifts and delicious food and drink made the cocktail hour fly by.

Our spirits were high throughout the evening as all enjoyed good company, good food and supported a good cause.  Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, donors, guests and auction bidders, the event netted more than $30,000 for the Good Samaritan Fund!

Deb Esposito, event chair, was effusive in her thanks to all who made the night memorable for those in attendance as well as those who count on the support of the Good Samaritan Fund at a vulnerable time in their lives.

The following Hosts, Sponsors and Auction Donors receive special commendation for making this year’s event a rousing success.

Homecoming Honorees:  Susan C. Drabic, Barb Seifert-Sigmon, Marvin Henkelmann and Arthur Altman

Tailgating Reception Host:  Susan C. Drabic

Champions:  RLB Accountants & The Philadelphia Trust Company

Coaches:  Phyllis Bock, Brown Design Group, Chestnut Hill Landscaping, Deb Esposito, Shirley Flagler, Margaret & Steven Krawiec, Mary & Vic Lesky, Latsha, Davis & McKenna, Murray Rick Management, Phoebe Services Pharmacy, Tilney-Wagner Family

Pep Squad:  Abraham, Borda, Corvino, Butz & LaValva, Bastian One Carpet, Charlotte Bungeroth, Charles Chrin Companies, Jan & Tom Christensen, Corporate Environments, Linda & Darrell Crook, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Ely, Janie & Paul Florenz, Hanover Engineering, K&H Custom Windows, Lewis & Walters, Peg & Ray Orwig, Raymond James Fiancial, Barbara Seifert-Sigmon, WB Mason, Working Dog Press

Boosters:  Marilyn Brewster, Kathy Gyulai, Joan Heilman, Casey Hoch, Audrey McAbee

Special Thanks to:  Nazareth High School Cheer Squad, Dotta Auctions, Nick Mandell, Lehigh Athletic Department, Lafayette College, DeSales University,  Jim Thorpe Inn, Linda Keck, Frank Mariano, Eight Oaks Distillery, Arts Quest, State Theatre, Setta Luna, Nazareth Furniture, Mycalyn’s, Brian’s Professional Cleaning, Bridals by Sandra, Jim Kelly, Pocono Whitewater, Moya Restaurant, Mauch Chunk Opera House, Old Jail Museum, Big Creek Vineyard, Jill Tillney, Judy Jones, Karen Furler, Gail Wagner, Mary Lou Keck, Jon Little, Chuck Diacont, Karen Finnegan, Dana Seibler, Shay, Santee & Kelhart, Mollie Santee, Singer Equipment and Nazareth Floral at Donohoe Farms.

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Your hands can make a difference.

There are so many different ways your hands can convey warmth and caring– exactly the feelings that the Good Samaritan Fund embodies. It is a tangible way to extend the warmth of your hand to older adults who need to feel safe and comforted.

The Good Samaritan Fund provides benevolent support to those in residence or long-term care within the Morningstar Senior Living family. Older adults who have exhausted their personal ability to pay in full for their care need to feel the warm extension of your hand – will you offer it to them?

Please consider a gift to the Good Samaritan fund as a part of your giving tradition at this time of year. Thank you!

You can make your gift conveniently through our secure online web page:

Wish List

You can bring the joy of music to residents in health care neighborhoods by funding one of these special gifts!

Dementia_enjoying_music_WEBMusic and Memory – a personalized program to bring music to calm those impacted by memory disease such Alzheimer’s.  Our desire is to have multiple iPod devices that residents can “check out” to enjoy their own favorite music.  Cost per iPod Touch is $199.

To store the extensive collection of music to upload onto the iPods, a new desktop computer and tower is needed.  Cost is $1,000.

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Relaxation – transform bathing into a spa-like experience with soft music gently playing in the three spa areas serving these neighborhoods.  Cost for each spa iPod and speaker system is $250.

Online Shopping Benefits the Good Samaritan Annual Fund

igive_button By clicking on the iGive icon and registering as a supporter of Morningstar Senior Living, you can benefit from secure on-line shopping at more than 600 stores in the iGive shopping mall!  It’s convenient, safe and another way to provide charitable support!  Try it – you’ll be glad you did!

Please feel free to contact Mollie Santee directly for more information on giving options at 610-746-1000 or

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Right away, it seemed like family was caring for us.