Community Partners

Help Us Meet Urgent Needs

Community Partners

Solanco Neighborhood Ministries is deeply grateful for our sponsors, who ensure that we can continue to serve the community and help those in need.

Giant

Solanco School District

Martin’s Appliance

Noah’s Ark preschool

Willow Valley Communities

Lancaster General Health- Penn Medicine

Willow Street and Quarryville Lions

Area Churches

Lancaster County Cruisers

BR Kreider

BBs Grocery Outlet

Thank you to Ferguson and Hassler and Musser’s Market for their years of service to the community and for being an invested partner to the Solanco Neighborhood Ministries.

Engaging families. Meeting needs. Giving hope.

A Community Partnership

"I only try to come to SNM when I need it. But it’s often a saving grace when I do. Not just because of the tangible needs, but because I know when I call that you guys will actually listen and care about what’s going on. I never feel judged and walk away feeling better just having talked to someone."
- From a client

Our Vision for the Future

We have big dreams for the future, knowing that our community families will continue to face hardship. With your help, we can grow and expand our services to reach more of your neighbors when they are in crisis.
COST: $35,000 annually

Hiring a Licensed Caseworker

We desire to walk through the journey of a family’s hard time with them. If we were able to hire one caseworker, Solanco Neighborhood Ministries would be able to extend our help for a more holistic journey alongside hurting families. Helping to guide a neighbor through their situation, aiding them to find resources and improve life skills is what enables and empowers someone to navigate out of their difficulty.
COST: $975,000 - $1.1 million with gifted land or zero land lease

Securing a Building

We dream of an enlarged space where we can run our organization more efficiently with larger spaces to care for the ever-growing needs of the communities we serve. With more space, we could offer referral organizations space alongside us. We desperately need an additional 4-5 staff offices, 4-5 social services offices, a large conference room, a commercial kitchen, spacious storage and program rooms, caseworker offices. We dream of being able to expand new program offerings to include financial workshops, career building, furniture and clothing banks, cooking classes and more.