May’s sponsored Non-Profit is Operation143. The Article may be accessed here. Operation143 formally Operation Backpack began in September 2010. Operation143 offers a program called SWFP, Student Weekend Food Program, which provides food to students in our local community who would go without over the weekend. Operation143 serves alongside individuals and organizations to collect food and [..]
This month we spotlight the A-Team which serves as an information and resource network for local families who have children with autism. The organization took on non-profit status in 2014 through The Arc Alliance, previously sponsored by the firm in Upper Providence Living. The A-Team’s feature story may be accessed by clicking here. The A-Team [..]
There is a lot of local history right under our noses to be discovered at the Skippack Historical Society which is the feature of the firm’s sponsorship this month in Upper Providence Living Magazine. More information can be found by visiting their Facebook Site: https://www.facebook.com/SkippackHistory/ or at on their website: https://www.skippack.org/ and by reading the article by clicking here.
Fostering Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that does all sorts of amazing things to help assist foster parents and kinship families (families who foster relatives) by providing a variety of services. Please visit our website and read the article published in this month’s edition of Upper Providence Living here, or visit their website to learn [..]
January’s Non-Profit Sponsorship in Upper Providence Living is of the Spring-Ford Area Historical Society, which focuses on local family, property and military history. The story can be read here. The website is https://www.sfahs.com/
This month we feature Simply Positive Kids, where kids can make an impact when they’re able to show up at a neighbor’s to rake leaves, fix something around the house, or spend time at the woman’s shelter. Although completely non-denominational, this time of year the kids engage in their flagship event, RACK, Random Acts of Christmas [..]
The Arc Alliance, based in Eagleville, PA serves individuals of all ages in Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties who have a diagnosis of autism and/or an intellectual disability. Please help us support this amazing organization which you can learn about by reading the Upper Providence Living Article posted here https://www.fleischmannlawfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/255/2019/11/Arc-Alliance-Nov-2019.pdf or at [..]
Please take a few moments to read about the good work being done in the community by Daily Bread Community Food Pantry. The Article in Upper Providence Living can be read here: https://www.fleischmannlawfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/255/2019/10/Daily-Bread-Food-Pantry_UpperProvidenceLiving_Oct2019.pdf
This month we are very proud to sponsor Laurel House as the monthly nonprofit spotlighted in Upper Providence Living Magazine. If you do not receive the publication, I urge you to read the article here: Laurel House_UpperProvidenceLiving_Sept2019. Laurel House has been a devoted resource in the community to victims of domestic violence since 1980.
Please take a moment to read this history behind organization and the amazing work they do designing beautiful accessible space for persons in need. https://www.fleischmannlawfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/255/2019/08/Coming-Home-with-Grace-August-2019.pdf