During the pandemic, “We’re all in this together” has been a common refrain. Here in Adams County, it’s not just talk. Friends and colleagues, public institutions and private nonprofits have demonstrated compassion and generosity in a time of extraordinary need.

Nonprofits, so often the helpers in our community, have shouldered an increased burden of care for those affected by the pandemic and associated economic downturn. But who will help these helpers? How can we help our crucial nonprofits weather this storm?

Ralph Serpe is President & CEO of the Adams County Community Foundation. He can be reached directly at 717-337-0060 or rserpe@adamscountycf.org

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