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Athletes Helping Athletes has been conducting educational programs for students, athletes, coaches, officials, administrators, and parents for more than 20 years, such as the Student-Athlete Leadership Team Program and Sports Parenting Education Program. AHA's innovative programs emphasize the positive elements and innumerable life lessons of the sports experience. Since 1984, more than 600,000 students, children, coaches, and educators in the U.S. and Canada have benefited from AHA Programs that promote positive life lessons and a healthy sports environment. AHA is committed to highlighting the positive influence that sports can have on our society. AHA inspires leadership through sport while addressing complex social issues such as life skill development, physical fitness, sportsmanship and civility, fair play, substance abuse, and violence.
Langhorne Council for the Arts (LCA) is dedicated to providing creative outlets and fostering an appreciation for the arts in the Langhorne community. For the past 15 years, LCA has been
actively bringing the arts to the community through a wide variety of events, including the Arts in the Garden Tour, Arts & Jazz Brunch, Community Art Projects, World Music concerts,
and much more! LCA provides scholarships each spring to students in the 6th-11th grade who have talent and passion in the visual and performing arts, and who need support for enrichment activities.
We are a group of concerned citizens whose mission is to provide available services, resources, and support to our area’s homeless and at-risk, who reside in our town. This is not a political or religious forum and we don’t advocate or welcome political, religious, or business agendas, or discussions. Because we are committed to assisting all people and
don’t want to alienate members or make people hesitant about asking for help or offering to assist with various needs of our clients. Thank you for
McHales Cares is proud to support local charities based in our community, Bucks County.Vote Now
Each month, we host a community-driven poll for one of three local charities. The one with the most votes wins $1,000!Nominate Today!
Since our launch in April of 2019, McHales Cares has given more than $25,000 to local charities, and we have no plans of slowing down!Vote Now
We’re always accepting nominations for future candidates!Nominate Today!
The Monroe Foundation for Youth formerly known as the Monroe Foundation for Autism was founded in 2009 and it is a 501(c) (3) tax exempt organization incorporated in the state of PA. We are dedicated to providing services to at risk youth and youth on the autism spectrum. The mission of the Monroe Foundation is to help at risk youth and youth diagnosed with autism to gain confidence through the development of appropriate social behavior and learning to work with peers. It is our goal to provide these youth with positive resources that help them to achieve their overall maximum potential.
Never Miss a Beat Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing funds and research to advance the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of congenital heart disease. We help by providing support, education, resources, and hope to families affected by congenital heart disease.
Here at the Comprehensive Learning Center, we focus on maximizing the potential of individuals with autism from preschool through adulthood by providing intensive and comprehensive state-of-the-art education and behavioral services based on the scientifically validated procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis.
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