The teachers care about the students a lot, and genuinely care if you are learning. I feel
like I can handle anything that comes my way.“ – Ellie Fredrick, LMMS 8th Grader

You are needed today to grow the next generation of world changers.

Students at Lancaster Mennonite School, like Ellie Fredrick, an eighth-grader in the Project-Based Learning Middle School (LMMS) are thriving, developing faith and learning skills that will equip them for the real world!

Hear first-hand from Ellie Fredrick, 8th grader in the Project-Based Learning Middle School at the Lancaster campus, what she loves about Lancaster Mennonite School, and why she is thankful to those who support the school!

Entering the school as a tentative student, Ellie found the environment at LM was a safe place to take risks and foster creativity, perseverance, and faith. Since coming to LM she has grown into a confident person willing to try new things and solve problems collaboratively.

Thanks to all the people who are donating, because it makes this amazing curriculum possible and accessible to more students.”

Give November 22 at extragive.org to have your gift stretched by the Lancaster County Community Foundation – or send your gift directly to LM today! The extragive.org website will be open November 22 from 12:00 am – 11:59 pm EST to receive donations via Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express, or send in your payment by mail to LM.

  • $10 supports a student for one hour of WORLD CHANGING education at LM
  • $65 supports a student for one day of WORLD CHANGING education at LM
  • $328 supports  a student for one week of WORLD CHANGING education at LM
  • $1,310 supports a student for one month of WORLD CHANGING education at LM

Thanks for believing in LM world changing students, like Ellie! Your gifts provide scholarships for quality education and equip the next generation to change our world together!

P.S. Give November 22 at extragive.org to have your gift stretched!

P.P.S. Alumni! Act NOW to have your gift matched 1 to 1 by our Alumni Challenge Fund stretch pool!