We CARE in more ways than one

Not only do we support business IT needs, 12:34 also invests in local causes that help make our community a better place to call home.

Dayspring Christian Academy

Dayspring Christian Academy is preschool through Grade 12 Principle Approach school. We equip students to become faith-filled, biblical thinkers who pursue Christian character, communicate confidently, innovate purposefully, and live courageously as tomorrow’s leaders. Students learn to think and reason from biblical principles and apply them to every area of life.

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Ephrata Performing Arts Center (EPAC)

EPAC is a performing arts center offering challenging, fearless material that reflects the culture we live in. They curate seasons based on the conversations we, as a society, should be having now.

One of the greatest things about theater is that it reminds us how deeply connected we are to one another – despite our perceived differences, we all share the same hopes, joys and fears

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Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services (KPETS)

Registered KPETS volunteers and their companion animals promote well-being and offer encouragement in our communities by sharing the power and benefits of human-animal interactions.

Serving locally, KPETS teams visit wherever the human/animal connection may be beneficial.  Established in 2003, KPETS now has more than 400 volunteer teams, providing over 10,000 hours of animal assisted therapy to over 300 community facilities every year.

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Mental Health America of Lancaster County

MHALC is dedicated to helping individuals lead mentally healthy lives. They believe that to achieve optimal health we must make a commitment to care for mind, body, and spirit. Often, we take care of our physical needs by eating well or exercising, and connect with a presence larger than ourselves to attend to our spirit’s needs. Yet, when it comes to taking care of our mind, we often dismiss its’ importance. When we ignore our mental health, we overlook the very part of us that helps us to know and achieve our best selves.

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At SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon our mission is to foster vibrant small business communities through mentoring and education. Our clients’ success is our success.

Small business drives our national economy and is critical for communities in our society. SCORE Chapter 16 Volunteer Mentors give freely of their time, energy and knowledge to help others – and they are pivotal to the continued success of SCORE’s mission.

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VisionCorps serves individuals who are blind or vision impaired through preventative, rehabilitative and employment opportunities. VisionCorps also facilitates access to free vision exams and basic frames and lenses for low-income families. All services are provided at no cost to clients. VisionCorps is not a government agency and relies on support from the community to make these services possible.

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Ware Center at Millersville

The Arts at MU and Ware Center programs provide exceptional diversified arts and arts-learning experiences to people from all walks of life, with a special emphasis on marginalized and under-served populations.

These low-cost programs are designed to enhance the aesthetic, cognitive, social and emotional growth of their participants. This gives the opportunity to participate and enjoy the cultural arts life of our community.

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YWCA Lancaster is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families and strengthen our community.

For over a century, Lancastrians have depended on the YWCA and we won’t stop until injustice is rooted out, until institutions are transformed, until the world sees women, girls, and people of color the way we do: Equal. Powerful. Unstoppable.

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