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Building Momentum to Healthy Living

Building Momentum to Healthy Living

Chris Kustanbauter developed Young Onset Parkinson’s disease at age 48. Now 57, he attributes his wellness to his healthcare providers and to the instructors of the Momentum Class offered at the Jewish Community Center (JCC). “When the program first launched in 2019, I was excited because it gave me the opportunity to take classes focused…


Facing Challenges: Hand-in-Hand

Facing Challenges: Hand-in-Hand

In 2020, York County Community Foundation (YCCF) leaned into doing what we do best – inspire charitable giving, understand the most critical community needs and target grantmaking to ensure maximum impact. This is what YCCF does every day, to embrace the York County spirit of taking action in a crisis. Our community is at its…


Embracing Aging Grant Offers Retired Adults A Second Chance with the Second Career Service Entrepreneurial Project

Embracing Aging Grant Offers Retired Adults A Second Chance with the Second Career Service Entrepreneurial Project

What would you do If you were given the opportunity to start a second career after retiring? A few lucky participants of a local program at Crispus Attucks had the opportunity to answer that question last year thanks to a grant from the York County Community Foundation’s Hahn Home Fund for Embracing Aging. The grant…


York County Community Foundation Welcomes Four New Board Members

York County Community Foundation Welcomes Four New Board Members

The York County Community Foundation (YCCF) is pleased to welcome four exceptional women onto its board of directors. Randy Freedman is a self-employed consultant who helps organizations with mission-driven leadership, strategic planning, donor cultivation, program development, CEO searches and transitions, and cultivation of workplace diversity. Before starting her own business, Randy served as the CEO…


Women’s Giving Circle of York County Community Foundation Awards the Carolyn Eyster Steinhauser Prize

Women’s Giving Circle of York County Community Foundation Awards the Carolyn Eyster Steinhauser Prize

The Women’s Giving Circle (WGC) of York County Community Foundation (YCCF) is pleased to announce the winner of this year’s Carolyn Eyster Steinhauser Prize, created in 2017 by the WGC.  The award honors individuals or organizations whose contributions to community-building in York County have been marked by singular excellence, reflecting Ms. Steinhauser’s decades of effective…


2020 New Funds

2020 New Funds

2020 New Funds: The Richard Guyer Fund was started in recognition of Coach Guyer’s retirement in 2009. Coach Guyer and the assistants who have supported him for more than 40 years created a swimming legacy at York Suburban. More importantly, these coaches support academic excellence at York Suburban High School. Coach Guyer has since returned…


York County Community Foundation Awards Land Preservation and Educational Training Grants

York County Community Foundation Awards Land Preservation and Educational Training Grants

(YORK, PA, March 18) – The York County Community Foundation (YCCF) is pleased to award three grants to two local agencies to help improve the health and well-being of York County residents, including homeless youth. $40,000 from the YCCF Agriculture & Land Preservation Program Fund to the York County Planning Commission for Pilot Partnership to…


York County Community Foundation Grows Team to Fuel Community Transformation

York County Community Foundation Grows Team to Fuel Community Transformation

The York County Community Foundation (YCCF) is pleased to welcome two new members to its Communications and Finance teams. Rabiya Khan is their newest member of the Communications Department. Rabiya joins the YCCF team with over 10 years of experience in the field of journalism, marketing and communications, and is excited for the opportunity to…


Decades of Generosity

Decades of Generosity

This year the York County Community Foundation (YCCF) is celebrating 60 years of partnerships with givers who created legacies that extend beyond their lifetimes and probably beyond their imaginations.  People like you and organizations like the one you work for, give to the Community Foundation because they know that giving to an endowment means their…


Spark a Childhood of Happy Memories

Spark a Childhood of Happy Memories

All children deserve places to run, play, laugh and gather with friends. Especially the children of York City, who have limited access to safe outdoor play space. At this time, York City maintains the city parks, but has limited resources to invest in capital improvements. Thanks to the vision of one man, that’s about to…



Whatever Your Passion, We Can Make It Your Legacy.

What Will Your Legacy Be?