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Lenape Valley Foundation spreads holiday cheer to 450+ people

Individuals, groups and businesses “adopted” low-income community members through the Holiday Assistance Program

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Alyssa Thompson of Magellan Behavioral Health (center), drops off gifts to Sharon Curran, LVF CEO (L), and Cory Curtis, Holiday Assistance Program volunteer chairperson (R)
Alyssa Thompson (center), of Magellan Behavioral Health, drops off gifts to Sharon Curran (L), LVF CEO, and Cory Curtis (R), Holiday Assistance Program volunteer chairperson

Lenape Valley Foundation recently helped to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need. Through its annual Holiday Assistance Program, LVF facilitated the distribution of necessity and wish list items to more than 450 clients and their family members living in Bucks County and the surrounding region.

With the help of nearly 150 individuals, community groups, local companies and businesses, low-income community members were “adopted” by these generous donors. Thousands of gifts were purchased, wrapped and delivered in time for the holidays.

To inquire about “adopting” or donating to the Holiday Assistance Program in the future, call 267-893-5280 or email suzanne.rhodeside@lenapevf.org. For information on Lenape Valley Foundation, visit lenapevf.org or call 215-345-5300.

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