Wagman is helping to build a better community

Wagman Family Corporate Leadership

Wagman Family Corporate Leadership
Back Left Portrait – George A. Wagman (first generation), Back Right Portrait – Francis C. Wagman (second generation). Back row – Rich Wagman & Joe Wagman (third generation), Front Row – Lisa Wagman Glezer & Mike Glezer (fourth generation).
Wagman Corporate Community Fund (WCCF)
“Community” is one of Wagman’s Core Values. In that regard, the Wagman family established the “Wagman Corporate Community Fund” to better organize and perpetuate corporate giving. Wagman’s corporate giving has grown dramatically over the years, and the fund will ensure continued support of the community despite changes that may occur in the economy or the business.

United Way Campaign and Community Outreach

On June 21, 2013, a group of Wagman employees spent 4 hours volunteering their service with York County Food Bank in downtown York. The Wagman Companies, long-time supporters of the United Way encourages employee participation in the annual “Day of Action” to assist others in the community.
United Way Campaign and Community Outreach
In addition to being an avid supporter of the United Way, Wagman also takes part in community assistance programs such as Bowl for Kids’ Sake, Toys for Tots, and clothing drives for agencies like the Salvation Army and the York Rescue Mission. The company participates in Wellspan’s Blood Donor Program and is registered with the Volunteer Center of York.

ARTBA Training Video ARTBA Media Training Program
Wagman was proud to participate in the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) new grassroots training video, “Mobilize: A Grassroots Legislative Action Program,” aimed to educate transportation design and construction professionals about how to get more engaged in the political process and infrastructure policy debates. The video contains easy-to-understand information about how decisions made by Congress and the White House impact the transportation construction market and offers industry professionals tips on how to help shape federal policies that will benefit their future livelihoods.

Wagman Family Corporate Leadership Received the 2013 LSS Cornerstone Award Recognizing their Commitment to the Community

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The York County Delegation presented the Wagmans with a Citation in honor of their four generation commitment to the community

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The Wagman Corporate Community Fund supports many local non-profit associations.

A partial list is provided below:
  • United Way York County
  • Access York
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Red Cross
  • ARTBA – Transportation Makes America Work
  • Beautiful York
  • Bell Family Shelter
  • Byrnes Health Education
  • Children’s Home of York
  • Crispus Attucks
  • Cultural Alliance of York County
  • Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries
  • Healthy Kids Campaign
  • Homewood Retirement Centers
  • Kids First
  • Leadership York
  • Leg-Up Farm
  • Lutheran Social Services
  • March of Dimes
  • Olivia’s House
  • YMCA
  • YWCA
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • York Area Downs Syndrome Association
  • The York County Chamber of Commerce
  • York College
  • YorkCounts
  • York County Literacy Council
  • York Habitat for Humanity
  • York Symphony