2018 marks the 125th anniversary of Lancaster General Hospital.
Over 850 guests joined us on Saturday, September 15 at the Lancaster County Convention Center to celebrate the collective community who contributed to our rich history, and our continued commitment to help our community be well and stay well.
Thank you to our event sponsors and creative partners, planning committee members and guests who helped make Embrace125 an extraordinary evening of embracing the spirit of community, hope and celebration of what’s come before and what lies ahead. Because of your generosity, over $200,000 was raised for the Behavioral Health Community Fund.
If you would like to make a donation to the event beneficiary, The Behavioral Health Community Impact Fund, please click on the Donate Now button below.
A special thank you to our sponsors:
Gunterberg Charitable Foundation
Lancaster Radiology Associates, Ltd.
Stevens & Lee
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Cornerstone Design Architects
Franklin & Marshall
Hirneisen Electric, Inc
Kitchen Kettle Village
Lancaster Behavioral Health Hospital
Lancaster County Community Foundation
Pete & Kit Slaugh (In Loving Memory of Bob Fenninger)
River Rock Academy
Rodgers & Associates
Senator Gibson and Martha Armstrong
Embrace125 Planning Committee Members
Jennifer Baker (Co-Chair)
Steven T. Dinnocenti (Co-Chair)
Tracy Lin Horst
Mara Creswell McGrann
Julia Schrock Rosenfeld
Mary Sue Wolf
Other ways to be part of this historic celebration.
Following our Embrace125 event, join us for a community celebration recognizing Lancaster General Hospital’s 125th anniversary and future commitment to health care excellence. The all-ages celebration will feature interactive and educational exhibits, and an opportunity to engage with clinical teams throughout Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health.
Saturday, September 22, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Suburban Pavilion, 2100 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster
Embrace125 event proceeds:
LG Health is committed to partnering with the community to bring awareness and resources to address our region’s growing behavioral health needs. That’s why proceeds raised from Lancaster General Hospital’s signature 125th anniversary event, Embrace125, will help establish the newly created Behavioral Health Community Impact Fund. This Fund will provide vital resources to help advance strategies to improve behavioral health and mental well-being in our community including: