East Governor Road & Meadow Lane
Founders Hall is a stately monument to Milton and Catherine Hershey and all of the individuals involved in helping them to realize their dream of building a better life for children in need. Visitors to Founders Hall are left with a lasting impression of the Hersheys’ philanthropy and how their generosity gave hope to so many.
The building was built over a three-year period in the late 1960s and opened on September 13, 1970, as a tribute to the school’s founders, Milton S. and Catherine Hershey. Founders Hall is one of the most unique and magnificent pieces of architecture in central Pennsylvania.