UPMC Pinnacle

UPMC Pinnacle is the leading hospital and healthcare system in Central Pennsylvania, offering services from prenatal to geriatrics. As a non-profit organization, we are dedicated to the health and wellness of the people we serve, and we have a long tradition of caring, dating back more than 130 years.


AmeriCares is a nonprofit disaster relief and humanitarian aid organization which provides immediate response to emergency medical needs – and supports long-term humanitarian assistance programs – for all people around the world, irrespective of race, creed or political persuasion.

Stabler Foundation

Stabler Foundation makes grants to educational institutions, parochial or church related schools that are not operated or controlled by the government, and nonprofit hospitals or medical facilities that are not operated or controlled by the government. The Foundation also makes grants to private organizations and institutions that provide services and/or assistance to persons who are mentally, physically or developmentally impaired or disabled, persons suffering from drug or alcohol abuse, the aged, and the poor, as well as to religious institutions and social service organizations that seek to preserve and instill traditional moral and ethical values, respect for the family, concern for others, self-reliance and a productive life.

Sun Motor Cars

Sun Motor Cars has been a reputable Mercedes-Benz dealer in PA for more than 30 years because we share the values of Pennsylvania drivers. Serving customers from Lancaster to Lewiston and from Shippensburg to Shenandoah, our family owned and operated dealership has earned our customers’ respect – because we respect each customer as an individual.

Delta Airlines

Delta Airlines travels to nearly 350 destinations across six continents. Which means the world is our community. And we’ll continue to do our part to make it a better place for everyone.

Philippine Airlines

Philippine Airlines (PAL) began life with a noble mission: to serve as a partner in nation-building. With this in mind, PAL took to the skies on 15 March 1941, using a Beech Model 18 aircraft amid the specter of a global war. It became Asia’s first airline.