The Hahn Home Fund for Embracing Aging is pleased to announce the recent grants totaling $29,999 awarded to five local nonprofits serving York County. The Hahn Home Fund for Embracing Aging is focused on improving how people experience aging in York County. Grants from the fund support programs serving people age 50 and older.
Cathy Bollinger, Executive Director of Embracing Aging and TroveStreet at YCCF said, “Congratulations to the grant recipients. Helping older adults live safely and comfortably in their homes, connect with programs to improve their wellbeing, and access the places they want to go help improve their aging experience. We are happy to support nonprofits doing this work.”
YCCF is pleased to announce the following Hahn Home Fund for Embracing Aging grantees:
- $6,000 to SpiriTrust Lutheran for its Sprenkle Sensory Room to create a dedicated multisensory space in our Skilled Care Center at The Village at Sprenkle Drive.
- $6,000 to Presbyterian Homes for its Healthier Days for York County Seniors program to provide residents with practical ways to improve health and quality of life.
- $6,000 to Servants Inc. for its Servants Home Project to purchase construction materials, including lumber, roofing materials, smoke detectors, replacement tools, and plumbing equipment.
- $6,000 to York Jewish Community Center for its Tuesday Club Expansion project which aims to rebuild the program to help seniors recover from the mental and emotional impacts of the pandemic, and to thrive.
- $5,999 to Northern Central Railway of York for its All Aboard Train Excursions Via Accessible Sidewalk program to install a new 6-foot-wide, 60-foot-long ADA compliant sidewalk that will run directly from the handicapped accessible parking spaces to the boarding platform at the tracks.