Make way for Generation Z (and beyond!) – responsible kids who value social responsibility.
Each quarter, we’ll spotlight a child, teen or youth group who is doing great things to help their communities, charities and others in need.
If you know a young person or group in Central PA who you think deserves to be recognized, let us know by completing our online nomination form. With your help, we can inspire others to do good in our community and get the word out about volunteer and service opportunities in Central PA.Submit a Nomination
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“I like helping give toys to kids. It’s fun.” Read More →
Unity Park, a community park in Gettysburg, honors the musicians and young men who fought in the Civil War. Read More →
Samantha Grove, a senior at Cedar Crest High School, is a longtime volunteer with Pa. Breast Cancer Coalition. Read More →
Madelyn Grossman may only be a senior in high school, but her resume is three pages long. The bulk of […] Read More →
As volunteers during the schoolyear, the four girls work together, visiting schools and backyards to teach and engage children, ranging from ages 6-12... Read More →
Along with making sandwiches and bagged lunches for the homeless, Chelsea Gray collects clothing and hands it all out to those in need... Read More →
As a junior at Christian School of York, Elaina’s activities extend far beyond a few afterschool clubs... Read More →
The eighth-grader at Lancaster Country Day School has helped make Clare House a home for the women and children who live there... Read More →
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