We purchased protein powder, greek yogurt, protein bars, brown rice, and quinoa for Bench Mark Program. Bench Mark Program is a strength based family of mentors who use exercise, academic support, and career counseling to propel at-risk youth toward success.
We raised $484 for the Lancaster County Council of Churches. We donated the money so they can purchase food and dry goods for the residents that they serve. Their Food Hub provides fresh and healthy food to 1,000 and more families a month.
We purchased 500 cans of tuna and donated them to the Power Packs Project. The Power Packs Project serves hundreds of children throughout Lancaster County, making sure these kids are well-fed will keep them focused and mentally strong!
We gave the Central PA Food Bank 370 cans of tuna. The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank has been dedicated to ending hunger for more than 30 years. We want to do our part to help in their efforts.
Your tips helped us give $407 to support local pregnant and post-pregnant moms! The PPMHLC fund is used to help three of their missions: providing financial assistance for perinatal mood disorder, postpartum doula support services, and to train medical providers to screen and treat pregnant and postpartum women for mood disorders.
We helped the Humane League of Lancaster County with their wish list of items and supplies they need for the pet shelter. This included several quantities of bleach, laundry detergent, pet bedding, kitten milk, wet & dry cat and dog food, rabbit food, and cat litter.
Hi friends. We raised $625 for Clare House last month. Thank you for your support of this great organization that helps provide a safe place for women and children. Give yourselves a hand!
On multiple occasions, we purchased more than 600 pounds of peanut butter to the Power Packs Project. The Power Packs Project serves hundreds of children throughout Lancaster County, making sure these kids are well-fed will keep them focused and mentally strong!
Every winter, we purchase hundreds of thermal tube socks to The Water Street Mission. The Water Street Mission was at full capacity 200+ people taking shelter during last year’s snowstorm. We dropped off 750 pairs of men/women winter thermal tube socks to keep their feet warm and cozy.
We raised $647 in tips and donated it to the Bench Mark Program. They are a family of mentors that help at-risk youth find success through exercise, academic support, and career counseling.
$552 raised for Music For Everyone to help with the Festival Of Voices Event!
We purchased two kayaks for Susquehanna Valley Team River Run. TRR provides health and healing for military injured, active duty, veterans, and disabled members of community through therapeutic kayaking and other forms of adventure paddling.
Every 2 seconds or less a child dies from malnutrition. We raised $620 for these two supergirls to help combat hunger in Zimbabwe through their organization 2 Seconds Or Less.
Lancaster Creative Reuse runs an awesome summer camp for kids for only $25/ week and it includes lunch for all the wonderful kids. We raised $510 to go directly to this summer camp.
We donated 1,000 pounds of rice grains to the Water Street Mission. We thank all the men and women who put in their sweat and labor to help feed the community.
Raised $600+ for Attollo. The Children Deserve a Chance foundation flew their students to universities and colleges around the country. They provide the students with tools and resources necessary to rise above any obstacle that is in their way. Attollo gives them the guidance and path to succeed.
$684 raised this month for Heads Up Non-Profit and will go to their Flame Time Academy, a free after-school program. The academy will engage urban students in photography, dance, design, music, and art classes.
$510 raised for VisionCorps to help bring independence to kids who are vision impaired and/or blind.
$459 raised for The Mix at Arbor Place to help their youth development center, which serves kids in Southeast Lancaster City
We raised $503 for the Keystone Diabetic Kids Camp, a place where children and adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes can come and just be kids for a week!