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Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education serves PA, MD, and DE.

We believe in the power of education. By partnering with local farmers and concerned citizens in our region, we demonstrate ways people can re-establish healthy relationships with natural ecosystems. We are building a community of skilled land stewards who, by building soil fertility and restoring ecological balance to our place on this planet, are better able to feed our community in the face of economic and environmental uncertainty.

The success of the Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education (HFC) depends on an active board of directors. A board member of HFC is elected to a three-year term (with a maximum of two consecutive terms) and must be fully committed and dedicated to the mission of the organization and be willing to serve in a fiduciary capacity in order to further that mission as well as the goals of the organization. A board member must also agree to review policy and fiscal matters, advise management, present HFC to the community, and take an active role in the planning and delivery of programs. HFC Board meets on the second Wednesday of each month except July.

To learn more, please visit: https://hornfarmcenter.org or contact:

Tammy Bray at braygoplay@outlook.com or (717) 699-4965

Updated 4/8/19


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Consider joining the energetic team of change-agents on the LifePath Christian Ministries Board of Directors, as we come along side of our hurting neighbors to guide them away from destructive lifestyles and lead them along the path of restoration and re-engagement as self-confident, contributing members of the community.

LifePath is currently seeking:

Board Members
Committee Members
Volunteers

We're not looking for individuals to "sit" on our Board of Directors; we're looking for people who love Jesus and want to "SERVE" on His Board of Directors.

Let's work together to return our hurting neighbors to wholeness!

To learn more, please contact:

Jeff Kreuer at LifePathYork@comcast.net or call (717) 875-1172

https://lifepathyork.org

Updated 4/4/19


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The Southern York YMCA in Shrewsbury offers a myriad of services, ranging from swim lessons and summer day camp for kids, to Rock Steady Boxing for people with Parkinson's Disease. We are partners with the United Way and Southern Community Services (which supplies food and other resources to low income families and individuals).  

We are looking for candidates with a connection to Southern York County who are interested in working with the Southern YMCA, regardless of their professional background. The Board meets once a month, generally on the last Tuesday of the month from 7:30 a.m. to approximately 8:30-9.  We also encourage Board members to join one of the various committees which meet quarterly throughout the year.  

For more information, please contact, Steve McDonald. Email: smcdonald@cgalaw.com Phone: (717) 817-3651

Website: http://www.yorkcoymca.org/ymca-locations/southern/

Updated 3/22/19


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PennCares is a community-based organization that provides early intervention, work opportunities, and life-long support services, addressing the full continuum of care with dedication, skill, and a commitment to quality support and individual empowerment while promoting independence.
PennCares offers a selection of services for people with disabilities and their families, designed to help individuals to continue to live well in their communities and have control of their lives. Our services and supports are responsive to the individualized needs of each person and their family.

PennCares is always seeking volunteers to assist us. Duties would include filing, uploading documents, assisting with trainings, data entry and research.
PennCares is also seeking Board Members who believe in our mission. Are you committed to improving the lives of older adults and individuals with disabilities? Please consider sitting on our board if you have fiscal experience, are a CPA, have experience with accounting. We meet 4x/year the last Tuesday of the month for one hour in Hanover.

For more information, contact Deborah Allen at: dallen@penncares.org or call: (717) 632-5552

Updated 3/6/19


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York Fresh Food Farms would like to expand its board of directors and is seeking 2 candidates that live in the City of York. Interested individuals who work or are retired from working in York City or have other strong connections to the City of York will be considered. 

Candidates should have the following interests in: the local food system, food access issues, gardening, farming, greening the City of York, canning, cooking, nutrition, public education about healthy food choices, fund raising, the local Hispanic community, low income housing and resources, community outreach, public health and building a healthier community, running a small nonprofit business, marketing.

The York Fresh Food Farms board meets 6 to 8 times per year.  Meetings have generally held on the first or second Tuesday of the month from noon to 2pm at Stock and Leader’s offices at 221 W. Philadelphia. The search for new board members will include an interview.

Interested individuals should send their letter of interest and a resume to yorkfreshfoodfarms@gmail.com. If you would like to visit the farm, call Farm Manager, Bruce Manns, at 717 424 2813 to arrange a visit.  

If you would like to attend a board meeting to get a feel for how our team works, call Metta Barbour at: 717 368 2266.      

Updated 3/4/19


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The York Hospital Auxiliary is a volunteer organization that supports WellSpan by advancing and funding innovations to promote health and wellness in the York community.  Through its funding events, the Auxiliary’s service can be seen in many ways throughout the community, such as a $1 million grant to support the new Emergency Department at WellSpan York Hospital, Children’s Wellness Days and new areas for patients and visitors at WellSpan York Hospital, including the Atrium Café and the Interfaith Chapel.  If you are community-minded and like to plan or participate in projects that benefit the health of the entire York County community, consider becoming part of the York Hospital Auxiliary! 

If you would like to learn more about getting involved with the York Hospital Auxiliary, please contact Kathy Turkewitz at turkewitzk@aol.com

Updated 2/19/19


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We improve communities, strengthen neighborhoods, and stabilize lives by providing quality housing for people with limited resources.

Since the late 70s we have been developing affordable housing, both for rent and for sale.  The majority of our stock now is rental housing; in most cases, rent is based on household income.

We are seeking Board and Committee members who are passionate about the need for affordable housing. Board members meet monthly; Committee members meet approximately four times a year.

Our goal is to obtain members with backgrounds in engineering and marketing; and individuals who are community-oriented.

For more information, please contact, Joyce Santiago at: joyce@yorkareahg.org or call (717) 846-5139

Updated 1/4/19


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The York Art Association’s (YAA) mission is to nurture the creative spirit in everyone, young and old, novice and professional, creator and observer. Founded in 1906 by a group of artists and business people, the York Art Association is one of the oldest Art Associations in the Country. YAA offers one of the best art education programs in South Central Pennsylvania, often drawing artists from outside of York County.

YAA is a member driven organization with over 450 members.

We are looking for community members with a love of art to fill a variety of volunteer opportunities and one board position. We have openings on committees ranging from hospitality to education planning to website design.

Please reach out to Brandy Boswell at (717)755-0028 or office@yorkartassociation.org to learn how we can match you with a fulfilling way to give back to your community.

Updated 1/4/19