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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
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A police-organized motorcycle club. The oldest law enforcement motorcycle club in the USA. The Centurions MC was started by a group of Camden City, New Jersey police officers in 1973. That original club has grown and has chapters in 9 states and Canada. Our organization is the police-oriented Group of motorcycle enthusiasts who socialize and enjoy the wind in our faces. We are however not all about play. We support and are active in numerous charity efforts throughout the Tri-state area.
Gwyneth Ann Rivells was a smart, beautiful 17-year-old girl with her whole life ahead of her. She was the heart and soul of our family. Gwyn just finished her junior year at Conwell-Egan High School where she played soccer and volleyball, and was looking forward to graduating with the class of 2016. She was a talented artist and a great student. Gwyn loved her family, her friends, and the beach, and she loved her school, Conwell-Egan, especially Spirit Night. She intended to pursue a career in the medical field at Temple University. She also wanted to visit Paris and Rome. She even wanted to get a summer job at Disney World as a Disney princess. But on June 27, 2015, her heart stopped while at the Beach Blast Soccer Tournament, and our pain began. Although testing continues at Mayo Clinic, we have not been able to find out why this happened. As a result, we are looking to partner with and support Simonsheart.org to provide heart testing for young athletes. Gwyn’s parents, Joe and Sue would like to keep her memory alive for years to come by starting a foundation in her memory. Gifts from Gwyn is a newly formed foundation that will provide scholarships to the school she loved, as well as give to all of her other many interests. 100% of all donations made to Gifts from Gwyn will be given back to the community that Gwyn was a part of and help keep Gwyn in our hearts and minds forever. Thank you in advance for anything that you can do and God Bless.
The Christopher Mensch Foundation is a non-profit 501c organization operated by the Nawalinski Family and close friends. The foundation originated in 1994 to raise funds for the Mensch Family to construct a handicap-equipped bedroom and bathroom for their son Christopher. Patricia (Nawalinski) Mensch’s son had been severely handicapped since he was 6 months old. Despite this, Christopher managed to touch all our lives in a way we could never imagine. Sadly, Christopher passed away at the age of 12 in February 1997. Through the foundation’s work, his smile continues to shine by helping others. Our foundation events provide an opportunity for local businesses and residents to pull together in an effort to raise money for families of handicapped children in Bucks County. These funds are utilized to provide the foundation’s recipients with much-needed assistance performing everyday tasks that most people take for granted. It is an organization that allows those who donate their time, money, and professional expertise the ability to see the results of their own generosity within their own community and with families they
might call their neighbor, friend, or own family. Your support and generosity is truly appreciated.
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