The Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County (CAP) would not be able to accomplish all that we do for the residents of Lancaster County without support from the community. CAP is funded and supported through a variety of sources including grants, monetary donations, volunteer and technical assistance, economic development initiatives and in-kind donations.
We truly appreciate our partners and funders! Thank You!
Larien and Nancy Bieber
Tony and Sherry Chivinski
Frank and Mary Rose Christoffel
Community Services Group
Margaret Costella and Russell Strickland
DAS Companies, Inc.
Franklin & Marshall College
Giant Food Stores
Three Raccoon Productions
William and Monica Glick
Hagelgans & Veronis
Highland Presbyterian Church
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
J P Lilley
Jan’s Circle Of Friends
Jonathan Kratzer and Beth Wehler
Michael and Francine Kane
Lancaster Bar Association Foundation
Lancaster County Community Foundation
Lancaster Osteopathic Health Foundation
John and Kristine Shirk
David and Karen Stadden
Stevens & Lee
T.W. Ponessa & Associates
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology
The Abel Family Legacy Trust
The Betty and Leo Balzereit Foundation
The Breaking The Cycle Foundation
The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation
The Kid’s Trust
The Stabler Foundation
The Steinman Foundation
United Way of Lancaster County
Lenny Walton and Linda Gort
Whole Kids Foundation
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC
Mutual Of America
Lancaster General Health
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About the Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County
The Community Action Partnership is Lancaster County’s largest anti-poverty organization and boasts a service profile that interrupts inter-generational poverty with programs that assist families at every age and place in life.
Knowing that poverty is complex and its contributing factors vary, CAP is committed to creating innovative, person-centered initiatives, including social enterprise businesses, to augment our many long-standing and successful anti-poverty programs that advance the social and economic mobility of families. CAP is person-centered, outcomes-based, data-driven, and focused on greater sector impact and systems change.