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YCBF Named Funds

One can be established with a minimum of $25,000, which can be paid over five years.


The Bar’s Named Funds were created in 2011 to help build its endowment and to supply donors with a vehicle to express their unique charitable interests. To learn more please download the pledge form here.


We thank the following generous donors, whose funds will support their particular interests.


William Anstine Family Fund for Legal Aid 

Penny L. Blackwell and Jack Sanstead Family Fund for York County Courts

Boustead Family Foundation Fund for Youth Initiatives

CGA Law Firm Fund

Jon C. Countess Fund for Youth Initiatives 

George L. Eveler Jr. and Family Fund
T. Frederick Feldmann Memorial Fund for Ethics & Professionalism

Gary M. and Karyl Lee Gilbert Family Fund for Youth Initiatives

The Katherman Family Fund

Henry Lenz Memorial Fund for Juveniles and Juvenile Delinquency

J. Ross and Norma R. McGinnis Fund

The Richard P. Noll Scholarship Fund for Law-School Grants

The Robert W. Pullo Fund for Legal Aid

Carolyn E. Steinhauser Fund

Uhler-Cassimatis Juvenile Justice Fund for Youth Initiatives

The Tina and Larry Young Fund for Legal Aid


 "When I joined my father’s law firm 45 years ago, he impressed on me that  lawyering is about much more than providing legal services to the community.  If you have a successful law practice and are making a decent living, it is all because of your friends and clients in York County, and this gives rise to a corresponding duty to give back to the community.”         -- William B. Anstine Jr.


"Treatment courts help people change their lives.  Graduates regain the trust of their families, become productive members of the community, and become employees or employers who are successful.   It’s important to help others when our lives have been so blessed.”   -- Jack K. Sanstead, M.D.


 "My siblings and I wanted to establish a Named Fund to honor our father’s long legal career, and to give back to the York County community where our family continues to practice law.”      -- Andrea Eveler Stanley


"We’ve enjoyed the practice of law and it has done well by us.  We feel obliged to give back, not with a hand out, but with a hand up.  Because sometimes, even with hard work and a good plan, a person needs help with that first step up.”                      -- J. Robert and R. Elliot Katherman


"I have been humbled by my career success and the opportunities presented to me, so I am grateful to be able to give back, in time and treasure, while passionately advocating for those in need.  My wife and I believe in ‘giving while we are living’ and hope to influence others of means, by example, to do the same.”       -- Robert W. Pullo


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