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Near Homeless Families Helped by Local Company

Snagging our #ThankfulThursday social post for today to share this joyful story of the help that Yorktowne Property Shoppe, LLC has given dozens of families in Bell’s NextDoor program. The NextDoor Program helps York County individuals and families who are homeless, near homeless, or low-income with support services and rental assistance. Owner of Yorktowne Property […]

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Support Bell during Give Local York 2021

Your support of Bell throughout the year is so greatly appreciated. As donors of financial support, volunteer hours, collection drives and more, we rely on you to keep programs running that assist more than 2,400 people a year in York and Adams counties. All of these individuals and families – your neighbors! – are lifted […]

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York Traditions Bank Adopt-a-Day

Happy 18th Anniversary, York Traditions Bank! We’re honored to be selected as one of the 18 local nonprofit organizations you’ve chosen to receive gifts this month as part of your celebration. Thanks to your support, York County children and their parents who are experiencing homelessness may find a safe, supportive place to find their footing […]

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2020 Hileman Long-time Employee Award

Anyone connected to Bell Socialization Services between 1977 and 2017 likely knew Ike Hileman. Not long after his early days running mental health programs and transporting participants from Harrisburg State Hospital, Ike was selected to be Bell’s executive director. During his 40-year tenure he guided the organization through much growth, including the addition of mental […]

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WALKING:  Just what the doctor ordered! 

A life-time fitness enthusiast, retired physician Dr. Robert Fawcett believes deeply in the value of staying active for good physical and mental health. During his 40 years as a family physician he regularly encouraged his patients to get active in whatever way works for them: “the important thing is to just keep moving.” Retiring a […]

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