Funders & Investors

We would like to recognize and thank our funders and investors who provide the financial support we need to fulfill our mission.


Community Resources

Lancaster County Community Foundation

 has provided many grants to Columbia Life Network, including those through the Ah-Ha Project and the Organizational Fellowship Program. The Foundation also hosts the Extraordinary Give, the biggest day of online giving, which Columbia Life Network participates in every year.

The Columbia Healthcare Foundation

has been one of the primary funders of Columbia Life Network since its inception. We are immensely grateful for the Foundation’s continued support.

Twin Rose (an LG Health family medicine practice)

Provides primary care services to individuals who are uninsured, have private insurance, or are on Medical Assistance or Medicare. For more information, visit their website or call 717-684-9106.

Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster

Provides a safe after-school place for children. Kids can receive homework support, dinner, time in the gym, and enjoy many other educational and fun activities. The program serves children 6–18 years of age. Cost is just $1 for the year. For additional information, visit their website or call 717-684-3637.

Celebrate Columbia (Manor Church)

Provides support and holds community events, including the Celebrate Columbia Bash every September. Celebrate Columbia also has an army of volunteers that helps with all sorts of service projects, from meal donation, community clean up, installing wheelchair ramps, and more. Find additional information on their website.

Susquehanna Valley Pregnancy Services Center in Columbia

Offers free pregnancy tests, first trimester ultrasounds, counseling, and parenting classes. For more information, visit their website or call 717-684-3486.

Other Services

Offers free pregnancy tests, first trimester ultrasounds, counseling, and parenting classes. For more information, visit their website or call 717-684-3486.

CAP (Community Action Partnership)

Provides many resources to the Columbia community. For a full list of CAP services, visit their website.

Programs offered by CAP
  • Atlas is a group of motivated individuals looking to set personal goals to move out of their low-income situations, with support from staff and allies to achieve them. Child care and a meal are provided.
  • Energy Assistance provides support with UGI and PPL utility companies to help customers reduce their utility debt and arrange for more manageable payment options going forward.
  • Child Care Information Services (CCIS) can help families find safe and affordable child care services. They can also assist eligible lower income families with child care subsidies.
  • Domestic Violence Services (DVS) provides a 24-hour call line (717-299-1249) and advocates for individuals and families experiencing violence at home. DVS also has transitional living, a legal clinic, counseling, children’s activities, and more.
  • WIC (Women, Infants & Children) provides nutrition education, healthy foods, breastfeeding support, referrals, and food assistance.
  • Head Start is a high-quality pre-kindergarten program for children 3–5 years old. They also provide healthy meals and snacks.
  • Senior Center is for people 60 years and older. It provides recreational activities and also serves breakfast and hot lunch. Seniors may take advantage of the center’s monthly food box as well as fresh fruit and vegetable vouchers during the growing seasons.



Meals on Wheels (St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church)

Provides home meal delivery for seniors and disabled individuals. Call 717-684-4244 to get started. You may also be eligible for your meals to be subsidized. To find out more, contact the Lancaster County Office of Aging at 717-299-7979.

Columbia Food Bank (St. Paul’s Episcopal Church)

Provides food for those in need. You can receive approximately one week’s worth of food once per month. To find out if you are eligible, visit their website or call 717-449-5101. Hours are Monday–Wednesday 9:30–11:30 a.m.

Columbia Presbyterian Church Hands Across the Street

Runs the Columbia Transitional Living Ministry program, which includes a winter shelter and day center with support services from December through March. They also offer the Summer Food Service Program, providing free lunch for children ages 18 and under. In addition, they have a clothing bank and provide a community meal the first Tuesday (5:30–7:30 p.m.) and the third Saturday (10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.) every month. Visit their website or call 717-684-6271 for more information.

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