LeTort Trust Completes ‘20 Acts of Kindness’ Initiative

Camp Hill, PA (December 21, 2022)LeTort Trust wrapped up a year-long celebration of their 20th anniversary by completing a 20 Acts of Kindness initiative.

LeTort was built on the principle of building better lives and brighter futures for their clients, employees, and the communities they serve. That principle continues to drive the business and has been the key to their success. When leaders of the organization sat down to brainstorm how to best celebrate this milestone, they thought there would be no more appropriate way than by making a commitment to give back through service projects and additional monetary donations through their private foundation, Atgooth, that touch various sectors of the community.

The projects included:

  1. Food and coat drive for Capital Area Head Start
  2. 2021 Camp Reily clean-up for the YWCA
  3. Dental kit assembly for United Way of the Capital Region
  4. Book collection for Simpson Library (proceeds fund programming)
  5. Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA cookie donation to Homeland Hospice
  6. 2021 Junior Achievement volunteer days with LinkBank
  7. Blood drive for Central PA Blood Bank with McConkey Insurance & Benefits
  8. Capital Area Greenbelt Association clean-up with Boyer & Ritter
  9. Additional donation to Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) for a scholarship in honor of Michael Devlin
  10. Donations to additional various local charities suggested by employees and board approved
  11. School supply drive for United Way of the Capital Region
  12. Thanksgiving food drive with McConkey Insurance & Benefits
  13. Lunch shifts at Downtown Daily Bread’s soup kitchen
  14. Donations collected for organizations sending aid to Ukraine
  15. 2022 Camp Reily clean-up for the YWCA
  16. Additional donation to Junior Achievement for their anniversary of Biztown
  17. 2022 Junior Achievement volunteer days
  18. School supply drive in partnership with Hampden Township Police Department for area school children
  19. Book collection for United Way of the Capital Region
  20. Financial literacy project with pre-k and kindergarten students at the Joshua Group

“Our team stepped up in a huge way to complete these projects. They dedicated much of their personal time to planning and executing this initiative which speaks to their dedication and commitment to our community and business,” said Katie Clarke, President & CEO of LeTort Trust, “We hope this will inspire other local businesses to give back as they are able because we’ve seen first-hand that it truly makes a difference.”

About LeTort Trust
LeTort Trust is a private Trust Company, providing comprehensive Qualified Retirement Plan and Wealth Management services, designed for the complex financial needs of businesses, institutions, and individuals. For further information on Atgooth Foundation and LeTort Trust, please visit our website at www.letorttrust.com.

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