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LEAP Session: Success, Regardless of Immigration Status

Friday, August 19, 2022

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT

Via Zoom

Join David Cazares to explore success, regardless of immigration status.

About this event

The workshop will provide insight into the challenges immigrants often face, and how to overcome them. We will discuss how to best utilize resources to overcome these unique challenges, and how we can work as a community to help one another.

David Cazares, pre-med and undocumented student, Franklin & Marshall College

Clinical Research/Medical Assistant, Center for Interventional Pain & Spine


As the Community Foundation, we know that Lancaster County is at its most extraordinary when we’re all challenging ourselves to learn, grow, and find new (or time-tested) ways to develop ways to care for our community. We are proud to leverage the extraordinary wealth of expertise, insight, and innovation to bring our community the most exciting slate of free learning sessions yet. We hope you will join us for one or all of these opportunities, and bring your questions, ideas, and hopes for taking this learning beyond the session into our shared work of building a more equitable future for our community!


The Community Foundation is launching the Community Bridge Builders Program to support and promote visionary projects seeking to bring historically or recently divided groups into harmony with one another. In today’s America, social media, the political landscape, and public discourse have become so polarized and tension between groups feels frightening and unsustainable. Lancaster County is filled with creativity, compassion and caring. We challenge our county’s CBO leaders to identify new programs to erase hate and prejudice, and to advance welcoming and appreciation of differing perspectives. The Community Bridge Builders Program will create bold pathways for all residents to manifest a brighter future – together.

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