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York, Pa. – Barley Snyder managing partner Jeff Lobach was named the chair of the board of the York County Community Foundation at the group’s annual meeting in May.
Lobach had been serving on the charitable group’s board as first vice chair before his recent elevation to board chair. The Foundation, started in 1961, strives to create a vibrant York County by engaging donors, providing community leadership, and investing in high-impact initiatives while building endowment for future generations.
In 2017, the Foundation awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant money to dozens of different organizations to directly aid the community. The grants went to areas of the group’s focus such as education and workforce, embracing aging, downtowns and neighborhoods, agricultural sustainability and the environment.
“The York County Community Foundation is a pillar of York County, advancing strategic initiatives that make the community a better place to live, work, learn, raise a family, start a business or retire,” Lobach said. “It is an honor to lead this dynamic board in funding and supporting programs and projects which improve the lives of our York County neighbors.”
Lobach recently started his third term as Barley Snyder’s managing partner. In addition to the Foundation, he is in leadership roles with a host of community organizations in York County, including WellSpan Health and the York County History Center.
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