Lenape Valley Foundation hosted its 10th annual Golf Outing on Monday, Aug. 19 at Doylestown Country Club.
Former NFL/Philadelphia Eagles coach Dick Vermeil served as the event’s guest speaker during the evening program. Doylestown Mayor Ron Strouse was the emcee for the evening, and Robert Rogala, LVF’s board president, served as the event chairperson.
The outing raised approximately $63,000, which will help to fund the expansion of LVF’s children’s services. This includes outfitting the newly-renovated children’s services wing in LVF’s Doylestown office, which allows the opportunity to serve more children in an environment designed specifically for their needs.
This expansion is desperately needed as the number of families seeking help for their loved ones is ever-increasing. LVF is particularly suited to meet this need with a cadre of child service experts in the fields of psychiatry, crisis services and outpatient therapy.
For more than 60 years, LVF has provided compassionate assistance and hope to thousands of children, adults and families in Bucks County. LVF offers a comprehensive behavioral health system serving individuals within the service areas of mental health, intellectual disabilities and early intervention. The foundation’s mission is to partner with members of our community encountering mental health, substance use, intellectual or developmental challenges as they pursue their personal aspirations and an enhanced quality of life.
For information about Lenape Valley Foundation and its services and programs, call 215-345-5300 or visit lenapevf.org