The LeTort Trust Foundation formerly the Atgooth Foundation was created in 2011 to leverage Letort Trust’s success into a platform for building better lives and brighter futures within our communities we server.


The LeTort Trust Foundations mission is threefold, reflecting our commitment to fostering positive change in the communities that we serve.

1.     Providing financial literacy and educational opportunity to our youth.
The LeTort Trust foundation is dedicated to providing the youth in our region with educational resources and opportunities and further initiatives that support financial literacy and entrepreneurship. 

2.   Serves as a community resource in their time of need.
As part of our commitment to give back to Central Pennsylvania Communities we partner with local charitable organizations providing food and housing, child development, veteran services, legal and violence intervention and prevention services. 

3.   Cultivate team ownership of giving.
Each year we encourage our team members to make giving back a personal mission. Our unique approach of dedicated funds for our teams to make contributions to organizations that hold a personal significance and empowering them to make change in their communities.  


Each year the company makes a commitment to give 5% of the profits earned back to the community to improve the lives of others. Since the foundations establishment, the LeTort Trust Foundation has supported local non-profit initiatives and organization with direct direct donations in excess of $1,100,000. 


Our Impact:

Each year LeTort Trust provides financial and volunteer support to Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW), a one-of-a-kind summer program that offers incoming high school juniors and seniors a unique and challenging opportunity to see what it’s like to run their own business. PFEW shares in Atgooth’s mission of ensuring children in our region are given financial and business education. Over the last decade LeTort has gifted $161,151 and sponsored 256 students through the program.

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Throughout 2021 and 2022 LeTort will be completing 20 acts of service in honor of our upcoming 20th business anniversary.

Projects we’ve completed or have in the works:

1. A food and coat drive for Capital Area Head Start
2. 2021 Camp Reily clean-up for YWCA
3. Assembling Dental Kits for United Way of the Capital Region
4. Girl Scout cookie donation to Homeland Hospice and an area nursing home
5. Book drive for Simpson Library (proceeds fund their many programs and activities)
6. 2021 Junior Achievement Volunteer Days with LinkBank
7. Blood Drive for Central PA Blood Bank with McConkey Insurance
8. Capital Area Greenbelt Association Clean up with Boyer & Ritter
9. Fund to send one student per year to PFEW in honor of Michael Devlin
10. Extra donation to Junior Achievement for their Biztown Anniversary
11. School Supply Drive for United Way of the Capital Region
12. Thanksgiving food drive and handout with McConkey Insurance
13. LeTort staff volunteers during lunch shifts at Downtown Daily Bread Soup Kitchen
14. Donations collected and financial support given to organizations aiding Ukraine
15. 2022 Camp Reily clean-up for YWCA
16. 2022 Junior Achievement Volunteer Days
17. Extra Atgooth dollars to LeTort employees to donate to the charity or non-profit of their choosing
18. Book donations collected for the United Way
19. Teamed up with Hampden Township Police for Backpack Project 2022
20. Kindergarten and Pre-K Financial Literacy Activities with Joshua Group students


Detective Coleen Redifer with the Hampden Township Police Department started their annual Backpack Project, knowing first-hand, how important it is for kids to feel prepared on their first day of school and how detrimental it can be when they don’t. She said she saw a need in the community and wanted to do everything in her power to make sure the local students have the supplies they need. When the opportunity arose to help them give back, we knew we wanted to jump on board!

Junior Achievement empowers young people to own their future economic success through financial education which is also one of Atgooth’s top priorities. We support them in various ways throughout the year with donations, participating in their events, and volunteering in classrooms throughout South Central PA. 

Take a look at our 2021 virtual JA career fair booth

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