A Painted Crane

A crane painted in pARTners’ unique style.

As with any nonprofit,  the kindness and generosity of our donors help to keep things moving along at Peaceful Living.  We could not possibly operate like we do without the support of our community.

Peaceful Living shows its thanks by using the contributions we receive to better serve our friends with intellectual disabilities and autism.  Any gift received will work to enhance our mission, which is creating belonging for persons with disabilities within a faith community.  This mission is carried out through every department in Peaceful Living and is the very heart of what we do.  Donations you make today will help create valuable relationships, expand awareness and knowledge, provide a loving and caring home, expand social circles, and create and maintain life-long skills. Most importantly your gift will allow us to help people with disabilities belong in their communities.

If you feel a connection to a specific way that Peaceful Living serves individuals with disabilities, we welcome you  to partner with us. If you would like, you may designate your gift for a specific department.  If you are unfamiliar with our departments and would like to learn more, please visit the Services page.

Please prayerfully and thoughtfully consider donating to Peaceful Living and know that any contribution you make will make a positive impact on the life of an individual with intellectual disabilities or autism.

To Donate:

You may safely and securely donate online, through PayPal, by pressing the “Donate” button below.

Alternatively, if you would like to mail us your donation, please send a check to:

Peaceful Living
569 Yoder Road
Harleysville, PA 19438
Tel: 610.287.1200
Fax: 610.287.7121

Please make out checks to Peaceful Living, with a specific department in the memo if you would like to tell us how you would like your gift to be used.

Planned Giving

Did you know that you can make a major gift to Peaceful Living and not even affect your bank account or savings? That is absolutely true! You can do this by including Peaceful Living in your Will. Recently we were informed of a $10,000 gift we will someday receive from a person who loves our services and wants to support us but does not have cash available right now. By writing Peaceful Living into his Will he feels great about helping Peaceful Living and does not affect his current cash situation. There are various types of gifts via a Will, (a specific amount, a percentage of your estate, a portion of the residual assets after other priorities are met, a life insurance policy and others). You should discuss any potential bequest with your financial planner or attorney. This is a gift almost anyone can make! Please inform Paul Nye if Peaceful Living is already part of your estate planning. You can reach Paul at 610.287.1200 or