Buck Up Fundraising Center
Buck Up Fundraising Center
Thank you to everyone who supported the
Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter
If you need to make arrangements to drop or have your coin canister picked up, please call 215.757.6916 x 208.
Your efforts in this campaign raised $200,000 to renovate the kitchen at the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter. The Shelter serves 3 meals a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to about 80 residents. Staff and volunteers have prepared and served more than 1,000,000 meals out of the Shelter kitchen over the years. As a result, it is in desperate need of renovation.
The community has indicated to us they would like to keep supporting the campaign through March. There are still several ways you can do so. All money raised will go towards facility improvements at the Shelter.
We plan on keeping everyone informed on the progress of the kitchen renovations.
1. Create your own Buck Up Bucks County fundraising page
Become a Buck Up Fundraiser by creating a personalized fundraising page complete with your own web address in minutes using our template. You can add a custom message, add photos, set a fundraising goal, and invite friends and family to join the effort using email, Facebook and Twitter.
2. Search for a Buck Up Fundraiser
Search for a person you know by first and/or last name to find their personal fundraising page and make a donation.
3. Donate online or by check
Make a secure online donation using your credit or debit card. Select the “Buck Up Bucks County” donor designation. Mail your check payable to “Family Service Association of Bucks County” to 4 Cornerstone Drive, Langhorne, PA 19047. Please write “Buck Up Bucks County” on the memo line.
Several businesses in the area still have collection canisters. You can find them on this map.
Locations accepting donations for Buck Up for Bucks County
5. Lead a fundraising drive
Invite your friends, family, coworkers, congregation, classmates and neighbors to participate in Buck Up Bucks County. Add a creative twist by making it a competition between classes or departments, or charge a dollar for dress down day.
Learn more about Family Service Association
Last year, Family Service Association made a difference in the lives of 7,448 people in Bucks County. Find out more about the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter and the rest of the programs and services by visiting the rest of our website or scheduling a time for to speak with a Family Service representative.
Send an email to email@example.com or (215) 757-6916 if you have questions or need additional information about Buck Up Bucks County.
News & Events
6/10 – Drive for Youth Golf Outing
Merger helps nonprofits groups
> phillyburbs.com 5/10/2013
Contact of Greater Philadelphia and Family Service Association of Bucks County announce merger
> Press release 5/10/2013
Buck Up Bucks County donors learn about plans for shelter’s new kitchen
> phillyburbs.com 5/8/2013
‘Out with the old, in with the new’
> phillyburbs.com 5/3/2013
In the (shelter) kitchen with Cheryl
> phillyburbs.com 4/18/2013
A dollar really can make a difference
> Liberty Mutual’s The Responsibility Project 4/11/2013
Makefield Women’s Association doles out Yardley Harvest Day proceeds, presents scholarships
> buckslocalnews.com 4/5/2013
Job training program recieves grant
> phillyburbs.com 4/3/2013
Let’s Buck Up for a cause
> phillyburbs.com 2/6/2013
Growing a kitchen fund at Newtown Friends School
> phillyburbs.com 2/3/2013
AIDS Awareness Day
> phillyburbs.com 11/30/2012
Community Partners Honored at Annual Meeting
> phillyburbs.com 11/16/2013
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