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June 17, 2022

2022 ExtraGive Applications are Open!

Find out what's new for 2022.

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July 15, 2022

Good News for Scholarship Recipients

Governor Wolf signs bill eliminating scholarship displacement.

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July 11, 2022

2022-2023 Scholarship Awards

2022 Scholarship Awards

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April 6, 2022

Equity Council announces first Equity Partner Grants

The Equity Council is guiding grant investments with a focus on creating equitable impact. Read about their first group of Equity Partners.

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March 12, 2022

High Foundation creates extraordinary legacy

S. Dale High and High Foundation have made the ultimate commitment to social responsibility and are modeling an innovative new way of doing business for good in an impactful and lasting way.

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March 9, 2022

Centering BIPOC & Underrepresented Business Voices: A community conversation to promote equitable small business recovery

We once again want to invite BIPOC small business owners to a community conversation where the ROC cohort will be presenting a draft strategic plan. We hope to hear small business owners feedback on the multi-year plan given their current needs and future aspirations for our community.

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March 2, 2022

Centering BIPOC & Underrepresented Business Voices: A community conversation to promote equitable small business recovery

We once again want to invite BIPOC small business owners to a community conversation where the ROC cohort will be presenting a draft strategic plan. We hope to hear small business owners feedback on the multi-year plan given their current needs and future aspirations for our community.

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January 18, 2022

Meet the Equity Council – Conozca al Consejo de Equidad

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January 14, 2022

ROC Cohort Hosts Community Conversations: Centering BIPOC & Underrepresented Business Voices

During the month of November, the Reinventing Our Communities (ROC) Cohort hosted 3 community conversations to garner important feedback from business-owners within Lancaster County. The meeting series called “Centering BIPOC & Underrepresented Business Voices” prompted input from nearly three dozen local business-owners. The meetings were held at Café 301 in Columbia, Brightside Opportunity Center in Lancaster, and one meeting was hosted virtually.

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December 6, 2021

Beyond Shared Space

An extraordinary story of collaboration has inspired our final LEAP Session of 2021 on December 14: Beyond Shared Space. Each of us, regardless of our profession, background, perspective or circumstance always has more to learn about creating welcome, building bridges, and sharing space, and we are honored to share a local story that speaks to that community-wide journey.

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