Ranck Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning to Provide Free Heating System to Lancaster Family

Ranck Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning to Provide Free Heating System to Lancaster Family

Lancaster, PA – This winter Ranck Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, in partnership with United Way of Lancaster County, will be donating and installing a new high-efficiency heating system and water heater for a Lancaster County family in need.

The inaugural Warm Home, Warm Hearts Program has been established by Ranck and United Way as part of their commitment to helping our neighbors in Lancaster County who are facing winter’s chill without a reliable heating system, and on Saturday, Feb. 1 members of the Ranck team will install a new heating system for the homeowner.

“Ranck has always believed in supporting and giving back to this great community,” said Mike Frey, President & CEO, Ranck, Inc. “Our team members also care deeply about our community and fully support and encourage our company’s involvement.  Warm Home, Warm Hearts is just a natural extension of that support and marries what we do so well on a daily basis with a meaningful community initiative.”

“Warm Home, Warm Hearts demonstrates a value shared by both United Way and Ranck and its suppliers,” said Kevin Ressler, President & CEO, United Way of Lancaster County. “We are excited to begin this new initiative with Ranck to help a family stay safe and warm through the winter months.”

In addition to the free installation of the new system by Ranck, Weinstein Supply and APR Supply will donate the furnace and water heater, respectively.

“Weinstein Supply was thrilled at the opportunity to partner with Ranck and join the Warm Home, Warm Hearts campaign,” said Christopher Roda, Weinstein Supply. “As a proud member of the Lancaster County community, this initiative is in line with our core values with giving back especially to those in need.”

In November and December United Way solicited nominations for a deserving family to receive the heating system. Submitted nominations were judged by a panel from United Way, with one recipient chosen. The chosen submission detailed how the homeowner battled an electrical fire, numerous medical issues and a house break-in, with no insurance, while trying to renovate a home in Lancaster with an outdated and highly inefficient forced air furnace.                                                 


About United Way of Lancaster County

For 95 years United Way of Lancaster County has helped make change happen across Lancaster County by providing opportunities for community members to give, advocate, and volunteer. United Way’s Community Impact Fund focuses donor investments that address the underlying causes of the County’s most serious problems and work to achieve four bold goals. By 2025, United Way is marshalling resources so that (1) Every child will enter kindergarten ready to learn, (2) All adults will have the necessary post-secondary credentials they need to get a good job, (3) We will cut Lancaster’s poverty rate in half and (4) Everyone will have a medical home. In addition to offering a 211 information and referral service, a volunteer center and free tax preparation services for low income workers, United Way fosters collaborations between nonprofit organizations, healthcare providers, schools, faith-based groups, businesses and government. United Way and its supporters create lasting change in Lancaster County, achieving results that no single organization or sector could accomplish alone.

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