Lancfound Blog

Thousands of voices. One community-wide conversation.

From the cafe at Tec Centro, to the Pi Sigma Phi Fraternity at Franklin & Marshall College; from the refugee resettlement offices of Church World Service, to dozens of homes across Lancaster County, an estimated 2,000 members of our community came together on May 20 & 21 to talk about their ideas, hopes, and dreams for Lancaster as part of At The Table.

Our work with Inclusion and Equity

As our nation continues to increase it’s awareness of this topic,our At the Table conversations revealed that that Inclusion and Equity are also on the minds of many individuals in Lancaster County. Our feedback surveys show that there is a local desire to reduce divisions and increase multicultural awareness and respect in our community. We Read More