You’re welcome to be our guest at a Community Lunch where you can find out all about us and the services we provide
- What does our Residence, which provides emergency, transitional and permanent housing, look like on the inside?
- How do we help victim survivors of sexual assault and their families who come to us for free trauma-based counseling and support?
- And what’s the story behind the Race Against Racism, now in its 17th year?
You can find the answers to all these questions and more about how we help 10,000 Lancaster County residents each year at one of our community lunches. It will give you a first-hand opportunity to see our services in action and meet the staff who run them. And if you want to get involved as a volunteer, you can find out about that too.
The lunches are held on the third Wednesday of the month and are open to everyone.
We have a good story to tell and do our best to make the lunch informative and fun.
Check back for upcoming dates.