Helping Hands Nomination

Nomination Guidelines

Each month, MillTown will select 3 – 4 nominees from all submissions received. Voting takes place throughout the month, and the nominee with the most votes will receive $1,000 donation to his or her organization or charity.
When thinking about nominations, we encourage you to consider the following factors:
Demonstrated Need
Number of People Served
Community Impact of the Organization


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Provide as much detail as possible about your nominee in order to help MillTown select the best possible candidates*

Winners will be notified on or around the 1st of the following month.

  

McHalesCares.com is a community give back program.  Our goal is to find well deserving charities in Bucks County that could use a little help. Each month 3 charities will be nominated and voted on...We will donate $1,000 to the winning charity so they can continue to give back to the same community that McHales has been a part over for over 70 years.  Help us, Help you! 


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 Nomination Guidelines

Charities MUST be a 501(c)(3) non-profit OR an organization that is able to collect tax-deductible donations to participate. Winning charities will also be required to sign a photo release form.

When thinking about nominations, we encourage you to consider the following factors:
-Demonstrated Need
-Number of People Served
-Community Impact of the Organization


*
Provide as much detail as possible about your nominee in order to help McHales select the best possible candidates*

Winners will be notified on or around the 1st of the following month.


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Meet Our Past Winners

April 2019: Bucks County Challenger Baseball/Change It Up Club 

May 2019: Boy Scout Troop 

June 2019: The Needlework Guild of America - Warminster 

July 2019: Special Teens Project 

August 2019: Bingo's Foundation

September 2019: The Christmas Gala 

October 2019: FEAST

November 2019: Bucks for Kids 

December 2019: Sunshine Foundation

January 2020: NAMI Bucks County

February 2020: Kisses for Kyle

March 2020: Mary's Cupboard 

July 2020: Family Promise 

August 2020: AHTN

September 2020: Interfaith Food Alliance

October 2020: Era Food Pantry

November 2020: Miranda's Mission











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December Nominees


Our Community Salutes of Bucks County

Our Community Salutes has enlistee recognition ceremonies in banquet halls, auditoriums, and sports arenas from New York to California, with tens of thousands of people attending, a testimony to the appreciation of the young men and women of OCS entering military service.

OCS Bucks County Chapter’s ceremonies are events organized by parents, educators, business and community leaders, and veterans to provide community support for students, parents, and families as their family member transitions into military service and joins the 1% of Americans who serve in uniform.

Each OCS student-enlistee receives a Certificate of Recognition from Our Community Salutes, a pocket guide of the U.S. Constitution, gifts by supportive sponsors, and the recognition that their community of veterans, parents, and community leaders supports their decision to serve.


Bristol Borough Teen Foundation

The Bristol Borough Teen Foundation has a simple mission:  To offer unbiased, adult-sponsored (and teen-created) events where Bristol teens (Grades 6-12) can reliably seek support, enjoyment and recreation.  We aim to assist in the rejuvenation of a family-friendly Bristol Borough.


Throw Away Dogs Project

WE REPURPOSE, TRAIN, AND RELOCATE “UNIQUE” DOGS TO POSITIVELY IMPACT OUR COMMUNITIES. We are a Non-profit 501 (C) 3 Organization. Our mission is to rescue those high driven dogs, train them and then DONATE them to K9 Departments around the region that cannot afford one. Save a life, save a department money and help the community. Our goal one day is to be known around the country and be able to rescue, train and transport these dogs all over the map. We are very passionate about what we do, how we do it and will follow through with every dog from start to finish. Not all dogs will make it through K9 school. We will then find a perfect loving family for that dog that will love and treat them like part of their family. It's just a different kind of badge they will be wearing.