Congratulations to Attorney Beth Kern for joining the York Benevolent Association’s Board of Managers!
The York Benevolent Association has a long and proud history in York. The oldest charitable organization in York County, founded in 1863, originally provided aid for widows and orphans of Civil War soldiers. Over time, the need for their services grew and their work expanded to serve the general public. In 1893, a charter was incorporated to the York Benevolent Association and defined its purpose: providing food, clothing, shoes, and fuel to those in need. Their work has never stopped. As a member of the Board of Managers, Attorney Kern hopes to be a hands-on force for good in ensuring donor contributions are spent wisely and make the largest possible impact on our community. The Board of Managers is a group of 10-30 volunteers from York County.
Beth is passionate about the YBA because she fervently agrees with their mission statement and wanted to support the community from another angle. She is excited to be involved with the next generation of Benevolent Yorkers dedicated to serving the disadvantaged.
Beth Kern provides legal services to Municipal, Business, Litigation, and Labor and Employment Law clients. In addition to serving on the Board of Managers for the York Benevolent Association, Attorney Beth Kern is involved with the York County Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, and the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Women in the Profession committee member. Learn more about Attorney Beth Kern.