Garden Spot Village depends on contributions from donors like you.
Your donation to the Garden Spot Village Benevolent Fund helps to support residents who need financial assistance.
A Gift By Credit Card
To make a gift by credit card, please call Janine Ziegler at 717-355-6288.
Ada was small in stature, but I never met anyone with a bigger heart. Her spirit for charitable giving touches me.
“I wish it was more,” she always says with a smile when handing me a check.
Unlike some people who feel others with more money should give to meet the needs of Garden Spot Village, Ada gives unselfishly from her limited resources.
At 80 years young, she believes it’s “only right to support the community we call home.”
Thanks to people like Ada who have given to our Fellowship Campaign, residents and families can enjoy a beautiful chapel/auditorium for spiritual and social fellowship. Her gifts to the Benevolent Fund help to provide continuing care for those who need financial support. Every contribution, small or large, benefits our residents today and in the future.
(Note: Name of resident changed to protect privacy.)
Ways to give to Garden Spot Village
Instead of flowers, honor a loved one with a memorial gift.
For the person who has everything, give a lasting gift in his/her honor for Christmas, birthday, wedding, anniversary, graduation, or a thank you to someone for doing something nice.
Share and Care Shop
Buy or donate items. All proceeds from sales go to the Garden Spot Village Benevolent Fund.
Charitable Gift Annuity
A gift of cash, securities or other assets in exchange for a lifetime fixed income.
Real Estate Gift Plan
A gift of property or real estate.
Stock or mutual fund shares
A gift of stock or mutual fund shares.
Funds set aside to provide long-term financial support to Garden Spot Village.
If you have any questions about charitable giving to Garden Spot Village, call me at 717.355.6215. Thank you for your faithful giving to Garden Spot Village.
Director of Development
“It isn’t the size of the gift that matters,
but the size of the heart that gives it.”
— Eileen Elias Freeman