Monetary Donations – The Most Efficient and Effective Way to Help
Your monetary donation to Family Service helps ensure that we have flexible funding to provide services and purchase the resources/supplies necessary to meet the needs of the individuals and families we serve. We stretch your dollar further and have greater buying power because we purchase food and supplies at wholesale prices rather than at retail prices.
Make a secure online donation by visiting www.fsabc.org or mail your check to Family Service Association of Bucks County, 4 Cornerstone Dr., Langhorne, PA 19047. Make it payable to “Family Service Association of Bucks County”.
Please contact the Director of Development at (215) 757-6916 ext. 208 prior to soliciting or collecting new, unopened items on behalf of Family Service Association of Bucks County. All food and donation drives must be pre-approved.
Family Service has multiple sites throughout Bucks County. Donation drop-off locations may vary by program. Drop-off locations and instructions for each program are included below.
If you are interested in donating lightly used items such as jewelry, clothing, books, housewares, decorations and small furniture items please consider Déjà vu Thrift Service Learning Center located at 2235 Veterans Highway/SR 413 (at the intersection of 413 and New Falls Road) in Levittown. All sales benefit Family Service. Used items and items that are not on the list below that are dropped off at other locations may be redirected to Déjà vu for resale.
The following list of priority needs is broken down by program and is updated regularly to reflect the resources and supplies Family Service needs most to meet the needs of the individuals and families we serve:
Drop off Instructions: Please call (215) 757-6916 in advance of the date and time you plan to deliver donations to Family Service located at 4 Cornerstone Drive, Langhorne, PA 19047 so we are prepared for your arrival.
Gift Cards (preferably in $10 increments)
- Shell Gas Station
- Giant, Target, Wal-Mart
Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter
Drop-off instructions: Please call (215) 949-1727 in advance of the date and time you plan to deliver donations to the Shelter located at 7 Library Way, Levittown, PA 19055 so we are prepared for your arrival.
- #10 (96 ounces) cans of fruit and vegetables
- Healthy single serving snacks
- 100% fruit juice boxes
- Bottled water
- Trash bags (13 and 30 gallon)
- Regular and hypoallergenic laundry detergent
- Swiffe WetJet
- Swiffer WetJet Pad and Multipurpose Solution Refills
- Clorox Wipes
- Disposable napkins
- Disposable cutlery
- Thermometers for adults and children
- Latex free Band-Aids in assorted sizes
- Latex-free bandages
- Latex-free disposable gloves in sizes small, medium and large
- Infant formula
- Regular and hypoallergenic wipes
- Baby food – fruits, vegetables, cereal, meals and desserts
- Single serve baby juice
- Teething toys
- Crib toys (birth to 24 months)
- Socks for toddlers
Drop-off instructions: Please call (215) 757-6916 in advance of the date and time you plan to deliver donations to Family Service located at 4 Cornerstone Drive, Langhorne, PA 19047 so we are prepared for your arrival.
- Incontinence supplies – pull-ups only in size small to medium (no tabbed briefs)
- Poise pads in sizes small and medium
- Ensure – Cases of 30
- Single serve bottles of juice, water and soft drinks
- Healthy, easy-to-chew snack food
- Colored 8 ½” x 11” copy paper
- Pocket folders for 8 ½” x 11” paper
- Ladies briefs in various sizes
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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