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Giving Through The Foundation

The Foundation serves as a vehicle for individuals, companies, foundations, and charitable organizations to make gifts and bequests for the long-term benefit of the community. The Foundation ensures that all gifts - ranging from a few dollars to millions of dollars - will work to improve the quality of life for our residents today and in the future. By responsibly administering funds, responding to community needs through informed grantmaking, and developing and implementing special projects, we seek to positively impact the civic, social, educational and cultural well-being of our region.

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Charitable Projects and Initiatives

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Capital Beginnings

Funded by the PA Dept. of Public Welfare's Office of Child Development, this project supports the work of the Dauphin County Community Engagement for Early Care and Education. The vision of the Capital Beginnings initiative is to insure that all children in Dauphin County are ready for school and that all community supports are in place to assure the seamless delivery or quality early care and education services for children pre-birth through kindergarten.


Capital Campaign Review Board

A community organization administered by TFEC and governed by community leaders to ascertain the amount of funds needed over a five year span of community funds to pay for the scheduled capital campaigns on nonprofit organizations exceeding $250,000 per year.


Capitol Area Forerunners

The charitable purpose of the project shall be to provide guidance, encouragement and build a helpful relationship between coach and athlete that will foster an atmosphere for athletic and personal growth. Teaching through our mentoring the right message of sportsmanship to the athletes we service by displaying qualities of commitment, integrity, honesty, good character and hard work as a model for them to follow. Capitol Area Forerunners track club is for boys and girls 8 to 18 years old.


Cedar Cliff Mini-Thon

The charitable purpose of the project shall be to support the Hershey Children''s Hospital at Penn State Milton S. Hershey through the Four Diamond Fund with a 24 hour dance marathon.


Chester County Cheese Artisans

The charitable purpose of the project shall be to provide: Educational opportunities for farmstead and artisanal cheese makers to improve their cheese making skills, increase production, and to provide information on the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Education opportunities for the consumer to learn about the nutritional and economic benefits of buying local cheese


City Hall Beautiful Committee

The charitable purpose of the project shall be to repair, improve, and beautify the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Government Center and the Public Safety building.


Compassionate Closure Program

The charitable purpose of the project shall be to offer a measure of compassionate care blended with dignity and respect for our indigent families who have lost loved ones. The project will assist indigent families/loved ones who have suffered a death and have no resources with which to provide a memorial service, a burial or a cremation.


Conley Cushing's Disease Fund

The charitable purpose of the project shall be to provide support to non-profits organizations/foundations/centers that have a direct or indirect focus on Cushing''s Disease (syndrome).


Corky Dengler Friends Foundation

The purpose of the project shall be to support local charitable causes and needs in memory of Richard "Corky" Dengler, Jr.


CRAM Capital Campaign

The charitable purpose of the project shall be to create a "one-stop" service center providing human and social services to a diversified population of underserved individuals in the Greater Harrisburg Area.


The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, 200 North Third Street, P. O. Box 678, Harrisburg, PA 17108-0678,
Telephone: (717) 236-5040, Fax: (717) 231-4463