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Bucks for Kids, which funds extracurricular activities for kids and teens being cared for by Bucks County Children & Youth, recently received a $1,000 donation from the Middle Bucks Institute of Technology Philanthropy Club through the Raab Foundation.

On June 10, the Catholic Women of Bucks (CWoB) Giving Circle met at St. Ignatius of Antioch Catholic Church, Yardley, to hear speakers from Bucks for Kids talk about helping foster children in Bucks County.

The Quaker Kids of Newtown Quaker Meeting held their annual lasagna dinner for charity at the historic meetinghouse and raised $2,476 for their designated charity, Callowhill Alpaca Farm in …

Halfway through spring, everything is growing – including Jane Jones’ hair, slowly but surely, after lobbing off 13 inches this past winter.As she has done twice in the past, the Doylestown …

The community is invited to join the youth of the Rainbow Room, Youth4Unity and the local PFLAG chapter for “Protect Trans Kids in Schools,” from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, at the Rainbow Room in Doylestown.

Bucks for Kids, which funds extracurricular activities for at-risk kids and teens, recently received a $4,000 check from Sauers Cares, the proceeds from its “Bingo with Santa” event at the …

Inspection of two desktop computers, a laptop and an iPhone belonging to Gerald William Spoto have allegedly turned up 274 images of what authorities are calling “child sexual abuse material” all …

American Heritage Credit Union donated over 4,300 new books to hospitals, community centers, and special care facilities throughout the Philadelphia and suburban region during its 14th annual Books …

A Bristol Township man who, nearly two decades ago, worked at after-school program Neshaminy Kids Club is facing charges that he sexually assaulted four boys he met through the job.

At the Nov. 28 school board meeting, the Just for the Kids Education Foundation Board announced the recipients of the Classroom Project Awards for the 2023-2024 school year.

The Newtown Quaker Meeting children and teenagers hosted a Simple Supper to raise funds for their selected charity this year and raised $2,008 for Penndel Food Pantry of the Bucks County Housing …

American Heritage Credit Union (American Heritage) joined the Kids-N-Hope Foundation (The Foundation) to raise $12,000 during the second annual Cornhole Tournament.All proceeds from this event …

American Heritage Credit Union (American Heritage) joined the Kids-N-Hope Foundation (The Foundation) to raise $12,000 during the second annual Cornhole Tournament. All proceeds from this event …

Doylestown Township Supervisors Tuesday rebuffed recently voiced objections to the scope of its ambitious Central Park restoration proposal, voting by a 4-1 margin to award a series of bids for the work.

Doylestown Township’s ambitious plan for a Community Recreation Center and Park Improvement Project has come under scrutiny, as supervisors prepare for a special meeting Tuesday Oct. 3, to review more detailed bids and hear a consultant’s recommendations.

Doylestown certified life coach Julie Traina is offering a new, free virtual workshop,“When Your Kid Leaves for College: A Mom’s Guide to Finding Peace (& even Joy) in the Process.” The …

The Friends of Nockamixon State Park hosted their 10th annual Kid’s Fishing Tournament at the Children’s Pond at Nockamixon State Park June 10. Children ages 5-14 participated in the event, and …

YMCA of Bucks and Hunterdon Counties hosted its annual Kids Triathlon at the Doylestown branch on Aug. 13. New and returning youth athletes of all skill levels, ages 3-14, participated in swim, run and bike events.

YMCA of Bucks and Hunterdon Counties will host its annual Kids Triathlon at the Doylestown branch on Sunday, Aug. 13. The YMCA Kids Tri has been an annual event for the community since 2008, returning …

New Hope-Solebury Lower Elementary School after school club iRun4Life held a Color Run at its last running session. The LES iRun4Life club Director Kristine Ozols and other parent volunteers train the …

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