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How you can help / Get involved

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Your Attention

We’re a small democracy, always looking for new voices: volunteers, board members, skills, talent, and experience. . . Become a part at any level that you’re comfortable with:

  • Donate your time. Volunteer once a year, or once a week!

  • Friend us on Facebook.

  • Receive notices. Email us your addresses and we’ll keep you in the loop.

  • Attend a board meeting. Email us and we’ll let you know when the next one comes up.

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Hang Out with us

Our annual events are great ways to break the ice or be a part of the community. They’re also major sustaining fundraisers for our missions.

  • Golf Tournament: Play, sponsor, donate prizes, or volunteer your time.

  • Picnic in the Fields: Help set up and take down, or come to dine and listen to the music.

  • Talks in the Fields: Let us know if you have knowledge to share and we’ll provide the space.

  • Open Barn: Stop by our annual sociable for hayrides, info sessions, and more.

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contributions

Donations are critical to Homefields. Fortunately, there are several quick and easy ways to contribute and get a deduction!

Make a one-time or recurring donation using a credit card or PayPal account.


Civic Leadership Award

Homefields received the 2013 Walker Center’s Distinguished Civic Leadership Award from Millersville University, recognizing “individuals or organizations that make noteworthy civic and community contributions of local, regional, national or international impact and who have been a catalyst for encouraging civic engagement on the part of others.”

Urban Preservation Award

Homefields received the C. Emlen Urban Preservation and Honor Award at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County in November 2007. The award was for outstanding effort in preserving and restoring a 140-year-old outbuilding (our current office), and is especially cherished as it was accomplished by reusing all salvageable material, primarily through volunteer labor and expertise, including donations from blueprint to timber framing, masonry, electrical, roofing, and flooring.