In the spirit of Christian love, Frederick Living cares for and enriches the lives of older adults, while valuing the staff, volunteers and community that serve them.

  1. Frederick Living

    In the spirit of Christian love, Frederick Living cares for and enriches the lives of older adults, while valuing the staff, volunteers and community that serve them.
    $245,741.69 of $200,000.00 goal
610-754-7878
2849 Big RD
Zieglerville, PA 19492

More About Us

Frederick Living is a close-knit not-for-profit continuing care retirement community. For more than a 125 years our focus has been on living well in every aspect of our lives … body, mind, and spirit. Rooted in our Mennonite heritage, we honor the dignity and autonomy of each person who lives and works here, regardless of their faith journey.

 The goal for the 2022 Amazing Raise is to raise $140,000 with $84,000 to go toward our 125th Anniversary: Lighting the Way Campaign (Improvements to skilled care accommodations and amenities & grow long term funding for benevolent care) and $56,000 toward annual funding of benevolent care for residents in need.

Testimonials

Click here for a link to a short video with testimonials about benevolent care at Frederick Living that was made during our 125th Anniversary that was recently celebrated in 2021.  https://youtu.be/CWOdcLO6wNc

The Amazing Raise was very successful last year because of creative giving during the month of October including gifts of Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCD’s) from Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA’s).

“I have supported Frederick Living’s Lighting the Way Campaign through a QCD from my IRA.  My financial advisor said it is a great way to support charities I care about.”   Joyce Allebach

“The words can only begin to express our appreciation for the “life” dad lived at Frederick. Living is truly the core of Frederick rather than just maintaining. Each of you blesses so many lives beyond the resident’s – family, friends, neighbors and community. Praying for your continued success in enriching the lives of others.” –
Susan Davis

“There are not enough words in the English language to express my gratitude and appreciation for all the loving care my mother received at Aspen Village (memory support). The staff went above and beyond in their efforts to take care of her. When I could no longer take care of her myself they became an extension of my love for my mother.”  – Linda Saul

“We strive to live out ‘person centered’ care for our residents at all levels of living. We are really excited to build on this with some new resources and training in the Montessori method of Dementia care that are adding additional person-centered services for our residents living in our Memory Support Neighborhood and in Cedarwood, our skilled care/rehab and long term care area.” – Emily Messner, Life Enrichment Coordinator