Atlee Hall is Proud to Support Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development in their $1 Million Endowment Challenge

Written By Jaime Jackson

Atlee Hall recognizes how fortunate we are to have a community treasure right here in Lancaster County in the Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development. Schreiber Pediatric serves more than 4,000 children each year and provides outpatient and in-home pediatric therapy services, including occupational, physical, and speech-language therapies, for children from birth up to age 21. They also offer high-quality early education preschool and child care services, recreation programs, summer camps and specialized classes for parents.

The Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development is a non-profit organization that offers the finest in innovative therapy, education, and recreation resources for children, teens, and young adults. Schreiber provides everything needed for all of life’s challenges, so that families and children can reach their dreams and vision. Schreiber aids in the development every child’s unique capabilities and helps them achieve their fullest potential.

Schreiber depends on all of us for community support in order to provide these services. Atlee Hall is pleased to announce its support of Schreiber. To kick off their push for a $1 million endowment, Atlee Hall made a contribution to help set the table for long-term financial stability for this community institution. The donation was made to jump start Schreiber’s endowment drive to get to the $1,000,000.00 mark, however, we need your help in getting there too!

Atlee Hall is challenging other law firms, businesses, and individuals to step up and help get Schreiber’s endowment fund to $1 million by June 30, 2019 to help sustain Schreiber’s vision of enriching lives, giving hope for all who need Schreiber’s services everyday so that these children can reach their full potential and dreams. Schreiber has already raised $750,000 for their endowment fund and are looking to the community for the last quarter of a million dollars to reach their goal.

I recently had the opportunity to tour Schreiber’s facilities and meet some of the children who come to Schreiber for help. After I left, I sat in my car and found myself sobbing, not tears of sadness or even joy; rather, tears of inspiration.  How could anyone not be inspired by these smiling faces and joy for life, no matter the circumstances?

Step up to the challenge now! For more information, please visit www.schreiberpediatric.org.