——–  Your Scholarship Giving Options  ——–

Transforming Lives

In a typical year, New Hope helps over 1,600 youth and adults living in south central Pennsylvania break the cycle of poverty through educational and workforce development programs that ultimately lead to a living wage job and stability. You can transform lives by giving a scholarship gift to support students today and down the road.

A $2,000 investment in job training education today has the immediate benefit of helping one of our guests obtain a $35-$40,000/year starting salary job and improved earnings for life. What a life-changing return on investment!

Annual Scholarship Fund

The Annual Scholarship Fund is an ideal way for donors, who make gifts of any size, to help ensure the continued success of students of all ages enrolled in our wide array of stability programs, including Nurse Aide Training, Welding Classes, CDL Class A License Training, Forklift Certification, GED Classes, and more. New Hope also provides low income students with scholarships to attend traditional college and technical schools. These funds allow New Hope to provide much-needed educational assistance to qualified youth and adults year-round. A gift to our Annual Scholarship Fund is an immediate way to ensure that your support directly impacts students in our educational programs all year long and when needed most.

Endowed Scholarship Fund

Make a lasting impact and support future generations of students that depend upon financial assistance from New Hope to make their dreams come true, support their families and change their lives. Our Endowed Scholarship Fund was created decades ago by a small group of local donors who understood the power of collective investment. This scholarship fund exists in perpetuity and provides permanent support for students who qualify for scholarship assistance through our stability programs at New Hope. Annual earnings from this investment fund provide sustainability for helping student needs today and in the future.

For more information about Scholarship Giving, please contact the Development Office at (717) 432-2087 ext. 203.

What’s the value of a changed life?

“This may be small for some people, but this is something that will impact me for the rest of my life – thank you for everything!”

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