Nicholas’ Fight

For the past 6 years, Nicholas has been quite literally fighting for his life. He’s only 7 years old- nearly the entire time he’s been alive has been a battle. He was diagnosed with a Pilomyxoid Astrocytoma, an incredibly rare brain tumor in his spinal cord. Since his diagnosis, Nicholas has had 3 surgeries and … Read more

Cameron’s Compound

We’re so thrilled to have had the opportunity to build Cameron a place of his own.  To get better acquainted with Cameron and his story, you can read about his story here. This project took a whole army of helpers which include our members as well as the kind folks at Home Depot in West Berlin, NJ.  … Read more

Saying Goodbye

In 2013 I had an idea. In my experience of the nonprofit world, donations, and impact I thought there could be a better way. A way to connect people to their donation’s use. A way to simplify the process. A way to give locally and a way that would even the playing field, allowing everyone … Read more

Discovering Home

Visiting a country where you don’t speak the language is one thing, but imagine living somewhere where you couldn’t communicate at all. And on top of that, you face other economic and cultural challenges, making it nearly impossible to get around on your own. One super awesome English teacher at a South Philadelphia community center … Read more

Autism Speaks

Sometimes, a small idea plants a seed for a larger purpose. 11 years ago, Melissa was planning a small birthday party for her son, JT, who has low functioning autism. In lieu of gifts, she requested that folks make a donation to Autism Speaks, an organization that is very close to their hearts. From this, … Read more

Full bellies, full hearts

As a parent, meeting your Childs basic needs are at the top of your priority list. However, for many, this is a difficult task to complete. To know your child might go hungry is, without a doubt, one of the worst feelings a parent can feel. The folks over at Schwenksville Elementary School created the … Read more