Londonderry Village is a continuing care retirement community nestled
in the farm lands of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. Registered as a not for profit charitable organization, Londonderry Village provides residential living housing, personal care, dementia care and skilled nursing care in a traditional environment as well as in the Green House® model.
Londonderry Village is a Christian community where seniors have fun, stay fit,
remain socially active, and receive the supportive services they need, when they need them. Residents find refuge from the uncertainties in life on a beautiful campus with tree lined streets and well manicured grounds. Residents and staff genuinely care for and look out for one another and everyone on campus knows that the Good Samaritan Fund is there for anyone who has need…
The Good Samaritan Fund is a benevolent fund
established by the Londonderry Village Board of Directors
to help cover the cost of care for residents
who can no longer afford to pay all of their own expenses.
Those helped through the fund have been good stewards throughout their lives.
Most have raised families, held down responsible jobs, served their country
and their churches, volunteered, and shared what they had with others.
They could not have predicted their longevity, health conditions,
or the current economic climate.
The mission and ministry of Londonderry Village is to provide an exceptional place to live and quality health care when needed. Residents have peace of mind
knowing that help is close at hand and that
the Good Samaritan Fund is there to assist them
should they outlive their personal financial resources.