The Partnership for Economic Development of York County (PEDYC) is a 501(c)3 organization that serves to stimulate interest in and to assist in the promotion of plans that promote the industrial and economic development of York County, in order to increase the flow of wages and income into the channels of trade and commerce. For more information on PEDYC, please contact Kim Hogeman, 717.771.4583.
Quarterly Meetings: 4th Monday
Time: 8 a.m.
Location: YCEA, 144 Roosevelt Avenue, York
PEDYC, desiring to promote the York County Economic Development Plan as adopted by the York County Commissioners in 2009, will act as a fiscal sponsor for projects that will advance the goals and objectives stated within the economic development plan.
Organizations without 501(c)3 status, whose mission and/or project is similar to PEDYC’s mission, can save time and money by utilizing PEDYC fiscal sponsorship. Fiscal sponsorship allows organizations to solicit tax-deductible donations and access grant funds requiring a 501(c)3 applicant for their economic and community development projects. Organized groups with a project must submit a Fiscal Sponsorship Application to the board for consideration and relate their project to the goals and strategies stated within the York County Economic Development Plan.
The PEDYC Board
The PEDYC board brings together a number of county-wide and regional economic development partners. The following organizations have representation on the PEDYC board in addition to annual appointed at large members: