In 1789 the premises were renovated, the gable tablet above the entrance refers to this event. 'In this renewed building, love, help and comfort live. Here, Charity cares for ‘parentless offspring'.

Up to the mid twentieth century, the building served as an orphanage. After that, it became a school, then a youth shelter and later a bank. The municipality bough the monument in 2000. Briefly it housed a restaurant and delicatessen, but after that it remained empty for years. Since 2009 the building has been used occasionally to sell local products.