LANCASTER, Pennsylvania Gifts That Give Hope Fair

2021 Nonprofits


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.


BenchMark Program provides supportive mentoring for at risk youth ages 14-21, improving lives and achieving dreams through plausible, step-by-step plans. 

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.

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. Good Samaritan Services provides full spectrum services to men, women, and children who are experiencing or at risk for homelessness in Chester & Lancaster Counties. 

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

Least of These Ministries (LOTM) provides assistant to the people of Haiti through the installation of solar panels for reliable electricity and other special projects for vulnerable people. 

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.

Medan Initiative provides ongoing basic medical care to children in Ethiopia through partnerships with local schools.

Mental Health America of Lancaster County (MHA) touches thousands of lives each year by providing advocacy, education and support services to individuals and families impacted by mental illness.  

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.

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.

Partners in Health is a social justice and global health organization striving to make health care a human rights for all people starting with those who need it most. 

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.

Safe Families for Children provides a secure environment for vulnerable child(ren) when their caregivers are experiencing a crisis. 

ServeNow cares for orphans, widows and underpriviledged children & youth as well as equipping the Church for greater fulfillment of providing humanitarian assistance where needed. 

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

The Potter's House Addiction Recovery & Discipleship Ministry take a wholistic approach to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of individuals desiring to overcome addiction. 

Thriving Villages International is deeply concerned about the lack of food, water, education and healthcare in rural Haiti: and is focused on becoming a transforming presence of Christ by helping to provide a physical and spiritual environment in which the people of Pestel can thrive. 

United Way of Lancaster County advances the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. Our focus is on health, education, and financial stability. 

Walking Forward Together is dedicated to providing a healing sanctuary for women and their families who have suffered a fetal or neonatal loss and hop for building another tomorrow

Wittel Farm Growing Project is a place of spiritual renewal and agriculture. The growing project invites local volunteers to plant, grow and share fresh vegetables for people facing food insecurity and limited access to fresh produce. 

LANCASTER, Pennsylvania Fair

Fair Date:
Sunday, December 12, 2021 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
Gifts that Give Hope
1383 Arcadia Road
United States
For more information or to volunteer contact:
Jenn Knepper



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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