Since its' establishment in 1963, the LCCC has served as a central hub dedicated to meeting the human service needs of a growing African-American community. Today, this historic building is regarded as a resource center as it houses numerous programs and events that strive to enhance the quality of life of members in the LCCC service area.
The LCCC strives to unify the community by providing a common place for all backgrounds to engage in educational opportunities, partiicpate in social activities, and engage in meaningful dialogue and forums that address social and community concerns. The LCCC prides itself on its' history of placing Lancaster County citizens at the forefront.
In an ever-changing society, the LCCC implements programs and partners with other organizations to ensure that the members of the LCCC service area continue to advance in terms of education and skills. While the LCCC honors its' impactful history, the center recognizes the need for change and advancement in accordance with the needs of the LCCC service area members.
What makes the Lancaster County Community Center Special?
The answer to this question requires a deep dive into the history of the LCCC service area. The center has a rich legacy that hails back to the founding fathers of the Lancaster County Community Center dating back to the early 1960s. Since this era, the LCCC has remained a mainstay for the African-American community. In its early years, the center served as a safe place for the growing African-American community. While the LCCC takes pride its' meaningful history in the community, it also welcomes the evolving needs of the community and emphasizes that the center is beyond a recreational facility. Today, the LCCC brands itself as a resource center for the community and, as such, evaluates the needs of the community members and implements partnerships and programs to meet those needs.
As a non-profit organization, the LCCC thrives off of public support and the generous donations of community members and partners. If you are interested in donating to the LCCC, please visit our Donate page, linked in the button to the right, to learn more.