Press Releases

Schreiber introduces Cup O’ Cards fundraiser

The new event, presented by T-Mobile, will raffle off five coffee cups stuffed with gift cards to local restaurants and businesses. The Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development has a new fundraising idea to kick off its 2021 special events: Schreiber’s Cup O’ Cards. The event will feature hundreds of dollars in gift cards to local…

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Schreiber partners with Penn State to create graduate scholarship in speech-language pathology

The new scholarship is expected to help students of color continue their studies in speech therapy and improve Schreiber’s ability to hire therapists from more diverse backgrounds. The Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development is advancing its commitment to diversity and inclusion by establishing a scholarship at Penn State that will benefit graduate students from underrepresented…

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Lancaster EMS, Schreiber Pediatric launch new partnership

Saranika Griffith has known for several years that ambulance service agencies weren’t as prepared as they could be to handle emergency calls for kids with special needs. Saranika knows because she’s an EMT with Lancaster EMS and has seen how kids with autism, for example, respond to the noise of the siren, the glare of…

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Schreiber receives $250,000 matching grant from Stabler Foundation

Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development, Lancaster County-based provider of pediatric therapy services, will receive a $250,000 matching grant from the Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation to fund general operations at Schreiber. The grant will provide a dollar-for-dollar match for all the money raised by Schreiber starting June 11, 2020, when Stabler forwarded its…

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Orrstown Bank steps up for Schreiber’s Duckie Race

September 2018 Orrstown Bank steps up for Schreiber’s Duckie Race The bank will make a major gift during a special presentation Sept. 19 to help Schreiber make up for revenue lost due to this year’s weather-shortened festival. Orrstown Bank, which partnered for the first time this year on Schreiber Pediatric’s annual Rubber Duckie Race &…

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Duckies on sale now for Schreiber’s 30th Annual Rubber Duckie Race

August 2018 Duckies on sale now for Schreiber’s 30th Annual Rubber Duckie Raceâ„¢ Tickets are available at locations across Lancaster County, including Root’s Country Market and Go ‘N Bananas Schreiber Pediatric presents its 30th Annual Rubber Duckie RaceTM and Festival Sunday, Sept. 9, in Lancaster County Central Park. Schreiber’s signature fundraising event will again feature…

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Schreiber Pediatric hires Courtney Lewis, Kaitlyn Sollenberger

July 2018 Schreiber Pediatric hires Courtney Lewis, Kaitlyn Sollenberger Courtney Lewis was named Director of Financial Development, and Kaitlyn Sollenberger was hired as a social worker in the Social Services Department. (LANCASTER, Pa.) — Schreiber Pediatric, East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, recently named Courtney Lewis director of the Financial Development Department and hired Kaitlyn Sollenberger…

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Schreiberpalooza moves to May, adds new bands for 2018

April 9, 2018 Local musicians The Mama Tried Band, Stu Huggens and the Black Hats, The Steven Courtney Band and MOE Blues will take the stage at Clair Brothers in Manheim, from 5-11 p.m. Saturday, May 12, to play for a great cause: supporting therapy services for children with disabilities and developmental delays here in…

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Schreiber Pediatric to introduce 2018 Ambassadors at annual Schreiber Gala

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center has named its 2018 Ambassador children. All five will be formally introduced Saturday, March 24, during Schreiber’s 36th Annual Gala, to be held again at the Lancaster Country Club. This year’s gala, with the theme The Enchanted Garden, will be offered thanks to the generous support of our many sponsors, including…

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Schreiber approved to receive money via EITC program

December 2017 Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center was recently approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development to receive contributions from the state’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program. The program allows businesses to direct a portion of their state tax obligations to eligible nonprofits. Businesses that support Schreiber and already participate in the EITC…

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