Annual meeting highlights, a message from our CEO, David Ford named one of Bucks’ Forty Under 40, child abuse prevention, we can help prevent suicide, new board members and new website coming soon.
Our brand new, mobile-friendly website will launch early in the new year at www.fsabc.org. Our new website, created in partnership with a local design firm, will feature large photos, statistics regarding issues in our community, a user-friendly design and downloadable resources at your fingertips. The updated site also features a responsive design so that it can be easily viewed…Read More
We are pleased to announce the addition of three members to the Board of Directors: Ben Ciliberto, William P. Larkin, Jr., CPA, and Deborah Van Aken, Ph.D. Please join us in welcoming them to the Board. Ben Ciliberto of Doylestown is a retired home builder and former President of C&M Home Builders, Inc. William P. Larkin, Jr., CPA…Read More
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide is the second leading cause of death for 25-34 year olds. At our Annual Meeting, Dr. Gerald Reed, recognized leader in the national suicide prevention movement, spoke about his efforts to raise awareness about the issue of suicide and to effect public policy changes in mental health legislation. In…Read More
In January, we will launch a Nurturing Parenting Program designed to build nurturing skills as alternatives to negative parenting attitudes and practices. Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP) provides families with opportunities to attend classes in the home or in a group setting with other families. Parents and children meet separately and jointly during a ninety-minute lesson once a week for…Read More
David Ford, our Director of Development, was named one of Bucks County’s “Forty Under 40” by The Intelligencer and Bucks County Courier Times. The program recognizes forty men and women under age forty who have made a name for themselves at a young age in business, education, community service and other areas. “David has an uncommon ability to…Read More
While we have grown substantially over the years, our mission today remains the same as it was when we first opened our doors back in 1953. The Beginning Sixty years ago, in February 1953, a small group of Bucks County residents met to discuss ways to meet the urgent, constantly growing need for a family…Read More
Our Annual Meeting took place on November 14th at Spring Mill Manor in Ivyland, PA. We were thrilled to recognize Buck Up Bucks County leadership, an extraordinary community partner and a family that has made great strides over the past year. Each year at our Annual Meeting, we recognize individuals and organizations who have helped…Read More