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Red Cross volunteers and staff work to deliver vital services — from providing relief and support to those in crisis, to helping you be prepared to respond in emergencies.

1804 North 6th St., Harrisburg Midtown PA 17102


Our mission is to develop, heal and grow community through recycled art. We aim to inspire more art and assist artists in developing skills for art creation by using and re-using the available resources around them. Our objective is to teach people how to create “art with purpose” reusing discarded, unwanted, and excess items; creating generations of artists and crafters who are more environmentally conscious.

500 Becker Road, Leola, PA,17540


Catra offers an opportunity for Capital Area residents from all generations with all types of special and typical needs to establish an atmosphere of support, respect, and health. We come together in an equestrian farm environment offering a therapeutic riding experience to those able to benefit.

168 Station Road, Grantville, PA 17028


Mobilize communities to provide services that prevent and alleviate poverty and empower stability in our neighbors.


The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank is a nonprofit organization committed to reducing hunger in 27 counties across central Pennsylvania. By working with more than 1,000 local agencies and programs, we serve more than 135,000 people in need each month through our two Healthy Food Hubs, located in Harrisburg and Williamsport.


Hands-on-House Children’s Museum of Lancaster is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids learn and making sure they have lots of fun in the process! The museum is designed for children ages 2-10. At Hands-on House, adults and children play and learn together. Our philosophy of childhood learning is simple: it lasts longer if it’s more fun, and it’s more fun if it includes doing.

721 Landis Valley Road, Lancaster, PA 17601


Since 1969 the Conservancy has been working to save important natural places for people and wildlife.

117 South West End Ave., Lancaster, PA 17603


Meals on Wheels of Lancaster, Inc. is a non-profit corporation, incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Meals on Wheels is a nonsectarian organization offering ready-to-eat meals to persons with physical or mental handicaps, the elderly living alone or those who have limitations during convalescence from illness or injury.


Opportunity House changes lives by feeding, housing, employing and empowering people to stand on their own feet.


UDS Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Lancaster, PA, committed to helping people with disabilities, including veterans and the elderly, lead more independent and fulfilling lives. In our over 50 years, we’ve developed a wide variety of services and programs that improve quality of life and expand boundaries — including Accessible Home Modifications, Care Management, Service Dogs, Custom Wheelchair Seating and more.

2270 Erin Court, Lancaster PA 17601


Our purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home equines, many of whom are bound for slaughter. We also provide therapy, both physical and mental, for Veterans and the disabled. Unlike most equine therapy programs, our horses are rescues and in need, much like those that participate in our programs. We provide a home, much-needed care, and rehabilitation, and training for these horses, who in turn are then part of teaching veterans and disabled about equine, farming and general animal care.

269 Cooper Dr., Kirkwood, PA 17536

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