Brookfield Renewables hosted their company-wide step competition, a fantastic initiative promoting healthy exercise habits while raising funds for charity again this summer and a team from Safe Harbor Dam right here in Lancaster, PA won second place! What makes this announcement even more special is that they’ve chosen the Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development as the lucky recipient of their hard-earned winnings totaling $2,500!
We want to extend our deepest thanks to the incredible individuals who made this possible, the champions of wellness from the winning Safe Harbor Dam team. A special shout-out goes to Dustin Droege, Keith Heisey, Mike Denlinger, Max Minnick, Alicia Blankenmeyer, Jon Kuzma, Tyler Reifsnyder, Brittney Orwick, and Dylan Steinfelt. Your dedication to getting those steps in were instrumental in securing the funds that will directly impact the lives of the children we serve.
Dustin, Keith, Mike, Max, Alicia, Jon, Tyler, Brittney, and Dylan, your efforts have not gone unnoticed. Each step you took in the competition was a step towards creating positive change for local children in need. Your enthusiasm for both wellness and philanthropy is inspiring, and we are profoundly grateful for your role in helping us provide therapy services to even more Central Pa kids. Your generosity is a beacon of hope for the children and families we support, and we’re honored to have you as partners in our mission.
We’re already looking forward to cheering you on in next year’s competition! The prospect of being selected once more as the beneficiary of the funds raised in the 2024 company-wide competition is truly an honor we’d cherish. Your continued support touches our hearts and helps create an even brighter future for the children we’re privileged to serve.
Donate today to join Safe Harbor in helping Schreiber clients continue to receive the care they need.
As a nationally recognized pediatric facility, the Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development provides family-centered education and therapy programs for infants, children and adolescents with disabilities, developmental delays, and acquired injuries. Our goal-oriented approach maximizes each child’s ability to function independently within the community.