The work of ASSETS Lancaster is helping countless business expand.
Dave Brumbaugh has spent the last 20 years pursuing one goal – to educate and create well-rounded musicians.
Founder of Unidos goes above and beyond to serve the marginalized and underserved populations of the Lehigh Valley
Yamelisa Taveras is dedicated to empowering unity and self-investment to level the playing field for all.
His work is supporting under-resourced students in the Allentown area and empowers them to make social, educational and economical progress. His Bright Light shines over all that he helps.
His work at The Mountain Center provides education, support and guidance for at-risk children. The difference that he makes has earned him a Bright Lights grant in 2020.
A Bright Lights grant recipient, her Kindness is Magic organization ensure that no child goes hungry.
Christopher Kaag, Bright Lights grant recipient, founder and executive director of the IM ABLE Foundation is changing attitudes about the potential of disabled individuals by redefining what is possible.
The shrieks from kids racing down the slide, the laughter of grandparents playing with their grandchildren, the crack of a bat connecting with a fastball as the crowd cheers. These are the sounds that echo throughout Veterans Memorial Park in Newport, Pennsylvania. Just a couple of years ago, this park wasn’t so lively.
For many kids, summer vacation is a chance to kick back, relax and take a break. For the youths who spend their summer working at the LEAF Project, this is their time to get up early, work hard and bloom into the leaders of tomorrow.
Every teacher probably dreams of having an extra eye to keep watch over her students. So it’s no surprise that among the 50 science and technology projects students created for Pocono Mountain East High School’s first STEM Fair, the 3D animatronic working eye was Heather Aulisio’s favorite.