Make a Gift
When you make a gift to Family Service Association, you become an important partner in strengthening the lives of children, adults and families right here in your own backyard.
Did you know that 90 cents of every dollar goes directly to our clients?
We would love to expand our work through your support.
Family Service Association
4 Cornerstone Drive
Langhorne, PA 19047
Please call David Ford, Director of Development, 215-757-6916 x 208 to make a gift with your credit card.
Corporate Matching Gifts
Many corporations match employees’ gifts to nonprofit organizations such as Family Service Association. This is a fantastic way to double, or even triple, your gift to Family Service. Contact your company’s Human Resources Department to see if they are a matching gift company.
Donating appreciated stock and other securities is a great way to give to Family Service – and benefits both you and Family Service. You may be able to deduct the full fair market value of the stock as a charitable contribution and can bypass all capital gains taxes (assuming you have owned the stock for more than one year). Please consult with your tax advisor.
You can help us ensure long-term success and the fulfillment of the mission of the Family Service Association by investing in its future. The gifts that we are entrusted to us will be carefully tended for long-term growth and maximum impact upon our mission. By including Family Service Association in your will, trust or other estate plans, you can leave a legacy of support for future generations of children and families in our community. Giving through your will in a bequest, IRA, naming Family Service as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy, or proceeds from the sale of stock are all important ways to ensure the mission of Family Service for years to come.
United Way Employee Workplace Giving
Designate Family Service Association of Bucks County as the recipient of your United Way donation in one of four ways:
- United Way of Bucks County: Family Service Association of Bucks County
- United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania: Use agency code 164
- United Way of Tri-State: Use agency code 008630
- Other United Ways: Family Service Association of Bucks County
Please Note: The above information is not legal or tax advice. Please consult with your tax or legal advisors before making any gifts or transfers, as there are limits to the amount of charitable contributions that can be deducted in any year.
For more information, please contact:
David Ford, Director of Development, 215-757-6916 x 208
Family Service Association is a private, 501(c)3 nonprofit. The official registration and financial information of Family Service Association of Bucks County may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania,1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement. For federal tax purposes, the amount of your contribution that is deductible is limited to the excess, if any, of your contribution over the fair market value of goods or services provided by Family Service Association of 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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