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In Good Company is an invitation to ALL Lancaster businesses be part of a movement that will position our community for the future.
Thank you for making the 2019 Extraordinary Give the largest single day of on-line giving in Lancaster County history! On November 22, our community came together to support causes we care about and hosted celebrations from bucket drumming and pop-up puppy petting pods, to art events and dance parties. On that day you, your family, […]
5 things to know about this year's largest day of giving: the Extraordinary Give!
Four local community benefit organizations receive funding through Lancaster Cares, supporting a local food pantry and public library maintain operations, an initiative to prevent hunger and food insecurity, and a program engaging youths through physical activity.
Two local community benefit organizations receive funding through Lancaster Cares, supporting local artists afford food and necessities, and a program that helps mothers and babies overcome substance use disorders.
Three local community benefit organizations receive funding through Lancaster Cares, supporting a program that provides meals to food-insecure or homeless individuals, accessibility to classroom space and tutoring for students, and an effort to update a community recreation center.
Each year we are able to award scholarships to help advance Lancaster County students education thanks to generous donors with a passion for supporting the future generation. This year we awarded 29 scholarships to extraordinary students pursuing careers in various fields such as environmental science, law, music business, nursing, and much more. Thanks to you […]
The Eviction Prevention Network is one of the shining lights of hope, providing financial assistance and services to those who need them most. A coalition of organizations, funders, local government and utilities.
The Lancaster County Community Foundation is proud to announce it will invest $285,740 in 15 local community benefit organizations from nine different Passion Grant funds.
As advisors, the COVID-19 Pandemic continues to strain our daily lives and the lives of our clients – but it also creates a very ripe environment for unique trust and estate planning opportunities.
“For it is in giving that we receive.” ―St. Francis of Assisi
Six local community benefit organizations receive funding through Lancaster Cares, supporting the reopening of the Landis Adult Day Services Center, two programs that assist school aged children with online learning, an initiative focused on keeping individuals connected with family members, and programs providing resources and guidance to at-risk and in-need adults through these uncertain times.