Since 1867, Homeland Center has established itself as a leader in helping the poor, the widowed, the orphaned, the homeless and now Central Pennsylvania's seniors. We have many great stories and several proud traditions of care, but the greatest tradition is the one that compels us to never turn away someone from our services because of their lack of financial resources.
This commitment, however, comes at a cost. On average, Homeland Center provides more than $3 million a year in benevolent care.
To assure that Homeland can continue providing benevolent care, a goal to increase its endowment by $20 million by the year 2020 has been set. To realize this goal, Homeland established The 1867 Society of Homeland to recognize individuals and couples who have made significant, tax-deductible commitments to the endowment. Anyone who names Homeland Center in their estate plans becomes a member of the 1867 Society.