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LOHF LAUNCHES COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM
We are thrilled to announce our return to grant making! The results of our recent “Lancaster County Youth Behavioral and Mental Health Needs Assessment” have given us valuable information regarding the needs of children and their families. We are available to present the results of this study at community meetings across Lancaster County and hope that you will use these results to inform your future work. A sample presentation of the needs assessment results is available here.
It is our hope that our new grant making guidelines and processes facilitate access, education and coordination of resources to allow for all children in Lancaster County to achieve mental wellbeing.
We welcome you to learn more our grant funding program. Listed below are the materials you will need to explore a grant funding relationship with LOHF.
Please Join Us! We will hold a special information session on Friday, June 19, 8:00 a.m., Assembly Room, Cork and Cap Restaurant, 480 New Holland Avenue, Suite 3000. A light breakfast will be provided. LOHF staff and volunteers will be on hand to introduce the grant funding process and explain and answer any questions you may have regarding our impact areas, grant funding process, and funding cycles. Please register by calling our office, 717-397-8722 or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you!