DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (Jan. 5, 2024) – Bucks County behavioral health services provider Lenape Valley Foundation helped make the holidays brighter for nearly 600 clients and their families through its annual Holiday Assistance Program.
Nearly 200 generous individuals, community groups, local companies, and businesses stepped up to sponsor Lenape Valley Foundation clients and their families. Thousands of gifts were purchased, wrapped, and delivered to Lenape Valley Foundation to distribute to individuals and families throughout Bucks County and the surrounding areas.
“Thank you to our hundreds of donors and volunteers who make the Lenape Valley Foundation Holiday Assistance Program possible,” said CEO Sharon Curran. “We believe in the transformative power of compassion. By providing gifts for our clients and their families, we’re not just spreading joy; we’re fostering a sense of community and reminding individuals facing behavioral health challenges that they are cherished and supported. Together, we make the holiday season brighter for everyone we serve.”
To inquire about adopting a family or donating to the Holiday Assistance Program in the future, call 267.893.5280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lenape Valley Foundation: For more than 60 years, Lenape Valley Foundation has provided assistance, compassion, and hope to Bucks County residents living with mental health, substance use, intellectual or developmental challenges. A private, nonprofit organization, Lenape Valley Foundation provides individualized, culturally sensitive, compassionate care that supports wellness, recovery, and healing. To learn more, visit www.lenapevf.org or call 215.345.5300.
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Photo caption: Lenape Valley Foundation holiday assistance program volunteers Cory Curtis (l) and Donna Herdzik (r) help organize and wrap gifts to deliver to families in need as part of the organization’s Holiday Assistance Program.