About Fox Run

History

Fox Run at Orchard Park was founded by The United Church Home Society, a not-for-profit organization that formed in 1877 with the mission to help older adults find appropriate housing. For over 150 years, the organization built facilities throughout Western New York to provide residency and healthcare services.

The United Church Home Society expanded their services by developing a lifecare Community at Fox Run, which is sponsored by the United Church Home Society subsidiary, Orchard Park CCRC, Inc.

Today, Fox Run is a five-star rated facility and one of only two Lifecare communities in Western New York.

Mission Statement

Consistent with God’s love, Fox Run at Orchard Park offers an exceptional living option where seniors may age with grace and dignity. We are committed to providing a Lifecare environment where our Community Members enjoy security and peace of mind within a Community of caring people.

Vision

To be a life-enriching environment that fosters personal fulfillment, caring relationships and a positive aging experience. Our culture embraces all members of our Community with dignity, compassion, integrity and competence.

Values

Responsibility

We are accountable for our individual performance and the achievement of the organization’s quality, strategic and financial goals.

Compassion

We believe in sensitivity toward human needs and a commitment to serving people of all faiths and walks of life.

Respect

We respect and value the diversity of our workforce, the customers we serve, the environment in which we work, and the resources we use.

Integrity

We demonstrate professionalism, honesty, trust, and fairness in all interactions with each other, Community Members, health care professionals, and other customers.

Commitment

We are committed to improving our Community by taking a leadership role in the delivery of high-quality, cost-effective services.