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 60 years.  Help us, Help you! 


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NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans* affected by mental illness. NAMI is Bucks County's voice on mental health. What started as a small group of families gathered around a kitchen table in 1979 has blossomed into the nation's leading voice on mental health. Today, we are an association of hundreds of local affiliates, state organizations and volunteers who work in your community to raise awareness and provide support and education that was not previously available to those in need. NAMI Bucks County PA is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness through recovery-focused support, education, and advocacy. NAMI envisions a world where all people affected by mental illness live healthy, fulfilling lives supported by a community that cares. 


Our Mission: To reduce poverty and partner with our community to promote economic self-sufficiency. Vision Elevate awareness of the level of poverty. Create and lead partnerships to make our community a "Bridges Out Of Poverty" community. Be a model for seamless case management. Influence our community to make reducing poverty one of its priorities. 

What we Believe: Our success depends on our clients' commitment. We are stewards of the community's invested resources. Education is the key to diminishing poverty. Our clients, stakeholders,and employees deserve our integrity and respect. Significant change happens within a  relationship based in mutual respect. 

 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.


73 years after the Middletown Township Lions received their charter the club continues to serve the community.  Changes have been made along the years. Which was once a men’s club primarily consisting of business men, today it is coed club with men and women serving side by side. The club in the past held a variety of events to raise funds for various charities. Today beside raising funds for certain Lions specific charities such as the Eye Bank, the club has morphed into a hands on club.
The Middletown Township Lions conduct eye screening exams for elementary students within the township and across the county at other school districts. Over 10,000 exams have been administered by the men and women from the club. A special camera called the Spot Vision Screener is used to detect eye problems for the young students. Over the past five years the screening found problems that if left undetected the child would have loss of vision. The members of the club are rewarded with knowing they have helped a child that otherwise would not be helped. Our newest program, which involves school nurses from other districts who have been trained to use one of our many cameras ,has resulted in over 25,000 students screened in a single school year!  You will find the Lions each year delivering packages of food and toys to those families who are supported by Middletown Helps its Own a local foundation. This program is held each year on the Saturday before Thanksgiving and Christmas.
 The Middletown Township Lions were the lead club organizing the Stop Hunger Now food packaging in Monmouth County.  The club working with other clubs and church groups packaged over 10,000 meals that will be sent around the world in times of need. Our Motto is: We Serve

Nominate Your Favorite Charity!


You can vote once per day...

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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







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January Nominees 

November 2019: Bucks for Kids

December 2019: Sunshine Foundation