Harrisburg, PA - Treasurer Stacy Garrity today congratulated Izaak Hobday, who won a gold medal and a silver medal at this year’s World Special Olympics, for his tremendous accomplishments. Hobday, of Athens, Bradford County, was one of just two Pennsylvanians chosen to represent the United States in the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany.
Harrisburg, PA - The Commonwealth Court recently ruled in favor of the Pennsylvania Treasury Department, affirming that PPL Corporation (PPL) must provide records to Treasury’s designated auditors, who are working with the Department to determine that all unclaimed property is reported as required by law so that Treasury can return it to the rightful owners.
Kingsley, PA - At the historic Dennis Farm in Susquehanna County, Treasurer Stacy Garrity today participated in America250PA’s dedication ceremony for the first permanent Semiquincentennial Bell in Pennsylvania. The bronze bell was dedicated as part of America250PA’s work to celebrate the upcoming 250th anniversary of the United States.
Harrisburg, PA - To celebrate the Hershey Bears bringing home the Calder Cup, Treasurer Stacy Garrity announced today that more than $101.4 million is owed to 690,167 Pennsylvanians with a name or business name that includes the words Hershey, Bears, Calder, cup, ice, hockey, Mike, Michael, Vecchione, Hunter, or Shepard.
Harrisburg, PA - Treasurer Stacy Garrity announced today that Treasury’s spring unclaimed property auction brought in more than $285,000, making this the most successful auction to date. The two-day online auction in April included more than 4,200 items.
Op-ed by Treasurer Stacy Garrity - A police officer arrives at the scene of a robbery and disarms the culprit before anyone is injured. A firefighter rushes into a burning building – not thinking about their own safety – and saves a child. An EMT arrives at the scene of a crash, treats anyone who’s injured and rushes them to the hospital.
Harrisburg, PA - Treasurer Stacy Garrity today warned the public that scammers are imitating the Pennsylvania Treasury Department with sophisticated phishing emails targeting Pennsylvanians.
Greensburg, PA - Pennsylvania Treasurer Stacy Garrity and the Westmoreland County Commissioners announced today that more than $100,000 in unclaimed property has been returned to Westmoreland County.
Op-ed by Treasurer Stacy Garrity - The bipartisan debt ceiling legislation passed by Congress last week included full funding for veterans’ health care. That sounds like great news for the brave men and women who fought for the freedoms that we all enjoy today – and, for the most part, it is.
Harrisburg, PA - In celebration of National Running Day, Treasurer Stacy Garrity announced today that more than $40 million is owed to nearly 270,000 Pennsylvanians who should be sprinting to retrieve their unclaimed property – those with a name or business name that includes the words Jesse, Owens, Wilma, Rudolph, Usain, Bolt, Carl, Lewis, Florence, Griffith, Joyner, Fast, and Run.
Harrisburg, PA - Treasurer Stacy Garrity and Sen. John DiSanto (Dauphin) today celebrated the Senate’s passage of Senate Bill 24. The legislation, known as Pennsylvania Money Match, will automate the process of returning unclaimed property to rightful owners.