Lancaster, Pennsylvania Gifts That Give Hope Fair

2020 Nonprofits

A Week Away Foundation coordinates and finances respite weeks for families who are battling a life-threatening illness, with the goal of providing them the hope they need to continue their fight.

Aaron’s Acres provides individuals with special needs, ages 5-21, year-round, therapeutically-based, age-appropriate recreational programs directed by specially trained and certified staff in a supportive environment that enhances socialization and communication skills.

Advoz transforms conflict and builds community through face-to-face dialogue programs, including educational training, conflict mediation, and repairing harm through restorative justice practices.

Brittany’s Hope empowers families and communities to make real, lasting change in the lives of orphaned and at-risk children through international special needs adoption grants.

Clare House transforms the lives of women and their children through an employment-focused program, providing safety, housing, and supportive services with the goal of financial stability.

The Common Wheel transforms our community through the power of bikes!

Connection Ubuntu seeks to supply computers to students and entrepreneurs in Africa. These tools allow recipients to gain technological knowledge and confidence to achieve their dreams of success and self sufficiency.

CWS Lancaster welcomes and provides hope to refugees, immigrants, asylum-seekers, and other uprooted people within the United States who are seeking safety and the opportunity to rebuild their lives.

The Edible Classroom cultivates academic achievement, healthy lifestyles, and environmental stewardship through garden-based experiential learning.

Faith Friendship Ministries provides safe and affordable residential services and supportive care, for low income individuals, particularly focusing on those with a mental health diagnosis, regardless of their ability to initially pay for services.

Heifer International works with communities to end world hunger and care for the Earth.

Hope international invests in the dreams of families in the world's underserved communities as we live and proclaim the Gospel.

Junior League of Lancaster promotes voluntarism, developes the potential of women, and improves the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

LanCo MyHome (formerly Lancaster County Coalition to End Homelessness) brings together community leaders and health and human service providers to alleviate homelessness in Lancaster County by addressing systemic barriers and providing services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

Lancaster County Feed My Starving Children packs 300,000 meals each year to help alleviate world hunger and share the word of Christ.

Lancaster County Reach Out and Read promotes early literacy one book at a time, and encourages families to read aloud together.

Lancaster Farm Sanctuary rescues farm animals, providing them sanctuary and inspiring humans to live with honor, respect, and appreciation for themselves, the Earth, and all beings with whom we share the planet.

Lancaster Lebanon Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.

Lifecycles builds young men and women of character in a Christ-centered bicycle touring adventure experience with a mentoring program to guide them into adulthood.

Meals on Wheels of Lancaster provides freshly prepared meals at a reasonable cost to anyone in our specified geographic area who cannot reasonably provide meals for themselves.

Milagro House provides educational programming, housing, and life skills training for women and their children who would otherwise be experiencing homelessness.

Mom's House of Lancaster empowers single mothers to complete their education and find gainful employment, through a nonresidential and nondenominational family center.

Music for Everyone cultivates the power of music as an educational and community-building tool in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

North Star Initiative supports women who are survivors of domestic sex trafficking by providing physical, emotional, and spiritual care with a Christ-centered focus.

Nurse Family Partnership transforms the lives of vulnerable babies, mothers, and families.

Outreach Paraguay provides meaningful outreach to resource-poor communities in Paraguay, and assists in the development of mutual respect and friendship between the people of Paraguay and the United States.

Rafiki Africa works together with African communities to provide practical resources, training, dignity, encouragement, spiritual growth, and guidance to bring them to a place of optimum health.

Siloam Ethiopia meets the need of people with out health coverage free of charge and demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ.

SWAN: Scaling Walls a Note at a Time advocates for children affected by parental incarceration by providing life-changing intervention through music and mentoring.

World Bicycle Relief mobilizes people through the power of bicycles, envisioning a world where distance is no longer a barrier to independence and livelihood.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania Fair

Fair Date:
Saturday, December 5, 2020 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Virtual Gift Fair
Lancaster, PA
United States
For more information or to volunteer contact:
Jenn Knepper



When you purchase a gift from “Gifts that Give Hope” for a friend or family member, you not

only celebrate the special occasion with a unique gift, you also give back to the community.


Some of our Participating Non-Profit Organizations...


Raised since 2007


Local, national, and international non-profits helped


Average donations raised per fair last year


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Gifts That Give Hope

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Gifts That Give Hope, Inc.
PO Box 249 
Bradford Woods, PA 15015

A registered 501(c)(3)  #27-0398106