Family First Health received a $50,000 grant from the Memorial Health Fund, administered by the York County Community Foundation, to support its Healthy Delta Initiative. Pictured from left are Layla Boyce, grants and scholarship program administrator, York County Community Foundation; Jenny Englerth, CEO, Family First Health; and Courtney Lewis, director of development, Family First Health. CONTINUE READING
John Sauder Auto Group recently presented $3,200 to the Cancer Patient Help Fund of WellSpan's Ephrata Cancer Center. The money came from people who attended a September car and truck show at the auto group's New Holland location and made fund donations, which were matched by the John Sauder Auto Group. Candace Sauder, left, and John Patrick Sauder, right, present a check to Cindy Brubaker, center, community philanthropy manager of the Ephrata Community Health Foundation.
Royer's Flowers & Gifts' annual book drive collected 1,370 new children's titles for public libraries in Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lebanon, Lancaster and York counties, as well as Middletown Public Library and Hershey Public Library. Pictured from left are Renee Christiansen, youth services manager, Library System of Lancaster County, and Jill Williams, store manager of Royer's Flowers & Gifts' Lancaster West store.
More than 75 Mid Penn Bank employees and family members recently participated in the American Cancer Society's “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” walk at City Island in Harrisburg. Bank employees raised more than $1,500 to support the walk.
RKL LLP received the 2016 Community Partner of the Year Award at CASA of Lancaster County's Heroes Black and White Gala and Benefit Auction on Nov. 4 at Bent Creek Country Club in Lititz. Pictured are members of the RKL CASA Superhero 5K Committee and CASA Executive Director Jessica Laspino, far right.
House of Hope York received a grant for its Get Cool Project from the RAYAC Foundation. Pictured from left are RAYAC Foundation board members Rob Myers, Bob Aldinger; Lori Ziegler, House of Hope executive director; Paula Musselman, Ray Hoover and Bill Hoyer. House of Hope York provides individual/family counseling sessions, parenting education classes, mentoring and life skills in a 24-hour residential setting.
First Capital Engineering welcomed 38 seventh-graders and their teachers from South Western School District to participate in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Day on Nov. 3. Students broke into groups and the team presented different areas of engineering expertise. Project Manager Joseph Gurney RLA and Jacob Dortch PE then took the students to an offsite location to further learn how engineers and architects make a plan become a reality.
The Harrisburg office of Grainger Industrial Supplies recently donated $5,000 and a bag of used keys to the Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania to support the 25th anniversary year of Camp Kydnie to be held July 1-7, 2017. Pictured are Bryant Cummings, manager for Grainger; Joan Line, executive director for KFCP; and Eric Burton, recent kidney transplant recipient.