Giving Tuesday is a national event that happens the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. The purpose is to encourage people to give back to their community as part of their holiday planning. The gifts you give to these organizations can truly change someone's life this holiday season!



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Visiting Nurse Association of Hanover & Spring Grove

Since 1909, the Visiting Nurse Association of Hanover & Spring Grove has been dedicated to bringing professional health care to the home and to teaching families how to care for their loved ones in all stages of life.

Through our four lines of service – Home Health, Palliative, Hospice, and Home Care Plus – we are able to provide a continuum of quality, compassionate care for our neighbors in southwestern York County and all of Adams County during their times of need.


Early Detection is Your Best Protection!

Early detection is the key to treatment and cure of breast cancer. By following recommended practices, you can discover changes in your breasts that may indicate cancer. Follow the three step program: 1. Schedule mammograms. 2. Have regular professional breast examinations by your physician. 3. Do a self breast exam regularly.

If you are age 40-64; have no insurance, or insurance that does not cover breast cancer screenings; and have low to moderate income you may qualify for a free mammogram screening. Contact us for more information about the free breast screening program or to see if you qualify.


VNA of Hanover and Spring Grove Achieves We Honor Veterans Level 1

We are proud to announce that VNA of Hanover and Spring Grove has achieved We Honor Veterans Level 1. One out of every four dying Americans is a Veteran. As part of a national initiative to improve end-of-life care for those who have served our country, VNA of Hanover and Spring Grove has become a Partner with We Honor Veterans, a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs.