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Featured Local Charity Partner:
Wilson West Middle School
Donations to the Wilson West Middle School help to raised necessary funds to help support our teachers and students and the many student activities & opportunities to enrich their education. Our Mission is to advance the welfare of our youth by promoting a closer relationship between the home and school. Please consider purchasing a $15 membership to support our PTO efforts and enjoy all of savings in the Do It Local App all year long! Most deals refresh for multiple uses so it’s easy to save hundreds at our favorite locally owned businesses here in Berks County!
There are many opportunities to volunteer with our PTO! If you can give a lot of time or a little, we have a job for you! Get involved! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Fundraising Key: DE086BEE
Current Local Charity Partners:
American Cancer Society - Berks County
The Berks Relay For Life events are thrilled to partner with Do It Local for this awesome fundraising opportunity! Every Relay is as unique as the community that hosts it. Berks County is proud of its six Relay For Life events, which raise over $1 million for the American Cancer Society each year. Each Relay is planned by a committee of volunteers, and funds are raised by businesses, churches, schools, organizations, and individuals. We are always looking for new volunteers and fundraisers! Most Relays are free and open to the public, so stop by and visit us!
General ACS Fundraising Key: D78C68C8
Daniel Boone Relay for Life Fundraising Key: C46F9858
Berks Regional Relay for Life Fundraising Key: 6A97FF3
Western Berks Relay for Life Fundraising Key: 56C584CE
Boyertown Relay for Life Fundraising Key: 147287F1
Kutztown Relay for Life Fundraising Key: Coming Soon
Animal Rescue League
The Animal Rescue League of Berks County, PA is Berks County’s shelter. We are the largest and busiest shelter, and we have the best selection of pets! Our kennels house up to 60 dogs and over 100 cats. Our barn is often the temporary home to farm animals such as horses, ponies, donkeys, pigs, sheep, goats and chickens. ARL’s mission is to impact all aspects of humane treatment of animals through quality service, accommodation, and education of pet owners and the community.
Fundraising Key: 1784DD4E
Berks Arts Council
Through the creation and support of varying art events, community collaborations and grants, the Berks Arts Council positively impacts our community cultural and economic well-being. The mission of the Berks Arts Council is to inspire, unite and grow our community through arts collaboration, education and presentations. Our vision is to support community and economic growth, promote positive change and create a more connected community. Today, in everything the Berks Arts Council does and supports, we seek to make Berks County, PA a more creative, more desirable, and a more resilient community.
Fundraising Key: 439F999A
Berks Community Television
Berks Community Television is a nonprofit community media organization that aggregates community content on cable television and digital platforms. Supporting BCTV means that you understand the importance of an involved and engaged community. BCTV’s mission is to enhance the unity and strength of the community by providing: A medium for community dialogue and educational opportunities, a source of information of local, national and international origin, a forum for the exchange of ideas on issues and topics of community interest.
Fundraising Key: 151AC24F
Bethany Children's Home
The mission of Bethany Children’s Home is to continue a Christian ministry, begun in 1863, to serve children and families within our care. We strive to provide a safe place of nurture, protection, and supportive care to aid our residents in their self-understanding, growth, and healing toward a brighter, healthier future.
Our vision is of a community where all youth and staff are safe in their environment and feel safe within themselves. To bring this vision into reality, we provide the resources needed to children and families to work through their losses, enabling them to have a brighter future.
Fundraising Key: EAF23B55
BIG Vision Foundation
The mission of BIG Vision Foundation is to: develop today’s youth into tomorrow’s leaders through sports and community service; promote volunteerism and giving back; and drive our local economy. By utilizing the three distinct pillars of our organization, we intend to build on the limitless nature of human potential by providing the opportunity to interact using sports, culture, and community service. Our goal is that our programs will unify our community through encouraging positive behavior and reinforcing life and leadership skills.
Fundraising Key: F0490445
Children's Home of Reading
For the last 130years, The Children’s Home of Reading has responded to the needs of children and families in crisis in Berks County and surrounding communities. While the needs and programs have changed, one thing remains the same, The Children’s Home of Reading prepares children for success in life.
Fundraising Key: 46EF4395
Colebrookdale Railroad offers a magical journey into lands known only to the white tailed deer and great blue heron who call them home, the Colebrookdale Railroad is not to be missed. Connecting Pottstown and Boyertown, this Civil War-era relic invites passengers to explore for themselves a mythical Secret Valley, once the province of pioneers and patriots, now forgotten in time.
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CONCERN is a multi-service private non-profit 501(c)(3) human services organization dedicated to providing child welfare, juvenile justice, and behavioral health services to children and their families. Please consider purchasing a Do It Local Membership to support our organization to help us find foster and permanent homes for our local children. Every dollar counts! Please click the red button to purchase your CONCERN Do It Local Membership today to help our kids!
Fundraising Key: D18C9E98
Founded on the Christian ideal of realizing the God-given potential and dignity of everyone, Dayspring Homes provides residential group homes, day services, respite services, and habilitation services to adults with intellectual disabilities.
Fundraising Key: C9746992
Exeter Community Library*
Stop by the library to browse our ever-growing collection of books, DVD’s, Nintendo Wii and X-Box games, audiobooks, and music CD’s. Don’t forget to check out our awesome kid’s section! We also offer fantastic programming year-round for babies through adults. Check us out today!
Fundraising Key: 96BB3138
Family Promise of Berks County
We partner with local communities and networks of volunteers to provide shelter, meals and case management services to families & youth experiencing homelessness and individuals facing a housing crisis. Our core programs focus on rapid rehousing, prevention, mediation, advocacy and coordination of services. Our Hospitality Network’s unique model recognizes that maintaining family units increases successful outcomes. We dream and hope of a community in which every family has a home, a livelihood, and the chance to build a better future together.
Fundraising Key: ACD37512
Genesius Theatre performs Broadway-style shows in a unique setting with live musicians and top lighting and sound effects. Our 2017 Season included two musicals starring our Genesius Kids and the plays “Noises Off” and “August Osage County.” Musicals this year include “Side Show,” about a 1930’s carnival act, “Dreamgirls,” about a trio of African American singers, “Young Frankenstein,” and the 80’s music hit “Rock of Ages.” Genesius is the training ground for many theatre professionals and home to community members dedicated to the arts and our youth. Your support helps us sustain this community treasure.
Fundraising Key: 985661CF
Girls on the Run Berks County
At Girls on the Run we inspire girls to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind. Trained coaches lead small teams through our research-based curricula which includes dynamic discussions, activities and running games. Over the course of the ten-week program, girls in 3rd-8th grade develop essential skills to help them navigate their worlds and establish a lifetime appreciation for health and fitness. The program culminates with girls positively impacting their communities through a service project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K event.
Fundraising Key: 3306F7B6
Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania*
The nation’s 10th-largest Girl Scout council and Pennsylvania’s largest girl-serving organization. Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania serves more than 41,000 girls (ages 5-17) and more than 14,000 adult volunteers in nine Pennsylvania counties: Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton, and Philadelphia. GSEP was chartered on May 1, 2007, the result of a merger between three legacy councils. Today we continue the Girl Scout mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. And with programs from coast to coast and across the globe, Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to do something amazing.
*If you are a Girl Scouts Volunteer email email@example.com for a free membership as a thank you for your time and efforts.
Governor Mifflin Education Foundation
Since 1994, the Governor Mifflin Education Foundation (GMEF) has provided more than $300,000 in funding for innovative programs directly impacting the residents and students in the Governor Mifflin School District. As students prepare to enter a global society of rapidly-changing opportunities and challenges, GMEF is renewing its commitment to support innovative opportunities for students. In partnership with the Governor Mifflin School District, GMEF is working to help increase student engagement and expand the learning opportunities for students by supporting after-school and summer programming, like the Mifflin Summer Zone. Your support helps put these learning opportunities in reach of all students.
Fundraising Key: B66B8CC1
Governor Mifflin HS Football*
Greater Reading Young Professionals
GRYP is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization comprised of young, civic minded, social individuals who are professionally oriented. GRYP provides opportunities for young professionals to easily get involved with other business & civic leaders, and a forum to give back to the community. We are a recognized community asset known for helping the region attract and retain young, professional people (primarily aged 21-45 years).
GRYP provides business, educational, volunteer and social networking opportunities through a variety of regularly planned events and activities.
Fundraising Key: B233B029
Immanuel Preschool of Shillington*
The purpose of Immanuel Preschool of Shillington is to enrich the personal growth and development of every child in a Christian atmosphere of love and acceptance. Every child is unique and we encourage his/her individuality. We foster social, emotional, intellectual and spiritual development through learning experiences encouraging interaction and self-confidence. Our program is geared toward creative expression, experimentation and play for ages 2-5. We enhance spiritual growth through the experience of Christian values of love, patience, kindness, acceptance and forgiveness. We also work closely with local Kindergarten teachers in forming our Curriculum.
Fundraising Key: CCBBA85
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John Paul II Center
In a safe and nurturing Christian environment, John Paul II Center serves children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing diversified programs. We acknowledge the dignity of all learners while challenging them on a daily basis to reach their God-given potential. Our mission is an expression of the Catholic Church’s teaching on the sanctity of human life.
Fundraising Key: F92F3BA0
La Salle Academy*
La Salle Academy is a Catholic School serving families with children in grades kindergarten through eighth. In addition, La Salle provides Preschool and Pre-kindergarten education for children ages 3 – 4. Located in Shillington, PA La Salle Academy welcomes students of all backgrounds and faiths to experience the comprehensive education of mind, body, and soul. Your child’s academic career is a success story waiting to be written. Partner with La Salle Academy and together we will provide academic challenges, encourage personal excellence, respect the unique gifts of your child, foster a safe, supportive environment, develop faith formation, build a caring community, create memories and friendships that last a lifetime and prepare your child for a future of leadership and service.
Fundraising Key: 618EF47D
Little Acts of Love*
Little Acts of Love also recognizes the need of low-income senior homeowners in or community. They plan to stay in their homes for the rest of their lives but unfortunately find it difficult to maintain the property due to dwindling financial resources. As a non-profit we reach out to churches, youth groups, and businesses to help to meet these needs. These volunteers provide the manpower to accomplish the tasks. During the summer we offer a Summer Service Camp where volunteers from outside of our community join us for a week of service to our neighbors. There is no cost to the homeowner for any of our work or materials. Our work is funded by grants, donations, and gifts in-kind. Little Acts of Love has been serving Berks County for seven years.
Fundraising Key: CA3CA29D
Muhlenberg Community Library*
The Muhlenberg Community Library has served the public since its inception in 1960. Our history is full of people dedicated to providing a place to educate the community. The mission of the Muhlenberg Community Library is to promote lifelong learning opportunities by offering free library services to all who seek to change, improve, enrich, and enjoy their lives. The library serves as a center for knowledge and resources as well as a springboard for creative ideas to enrich our community. We are a welcoming safe hub of knowledge, resources, programs, and activities for all citizens to make connections towards community progress.
Fundraising Key: ED1E30CC
We’re more than meals and a place to sleep. We empower people to stand on their own feet–and our emergency shelter is just one of five Opportunity House programs that make Berks County a better place to live. In addition to our shelter, we offer: a goals-oriented program to help our clients build a meaningful and productive life, along with supportive and transitional housing, a state-licensed childcare center and preschool, a Children’s Alliance Center that helps kids through the trauma of sexual abuse and helps prosecute the abusers, supportive services for veteran families, reuse and recycle services whose profits support our programs.
Fundraising Key: 4567608E
Reading Public Library
Reading Public Library provides free services and a collection of over 300,000 items for the City of Reading, Pennsylvania, its suburbs, greater Berks County, and beyond. With a main library, three branches, and digital presence, RPL is the leading public library of Reading and the district library center of Berks County. For over 250 years, Reading Public Library has engaged the community with programs, educated through books, and acted as a reliable place of inspiration for many. In the modern age, RPL has grown its digital collection, which now houses an array of online books, movies, and music.
Fundraising Key: 15898768
Reading Skatepark Association*
The purpose of the RSA is to create free outdoor, concrete skatepark facilities within the city of Reading and the municipalities of Berks County for the benefit and free use to the public. Such purposes include financially funding the design, the construction and the general development of the skateparks. Together we can create these facilities in a safe environment that will help promote the growth of skateboarding to the youth and the surrounding community.
Fundraising Key: F6C37671
Robeson Lutheran Preschool*
As a ministry of Robeson Evangelical Lutheran Church, we seek to provide a quality program in which each child can grow emotionally, socially, developmentally, intellectually, and spiritually. We are designed to foster a child’s overall development in the following areas: social awareness, emotional independence, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, language development, and cognitive development.
Fundraising Key: 9F598676
Teachers in the Parks
Welcome to Teachers in the Parks (TIPS)! My name is Matt Hathaway, elementary school teacher in Exeter Township since 2004, and I’m proud to offer your students fun yet focused, quality but affordable, summer learning in math, math challenge, and reading. Experienced teachers designed this program to help students transition between grade levels. Research shows that students lose a tremendous amount of reading and math skill over the summer months without continued practice and acquisition of new skills. Our program is specifically designed to bridge the summer gap between grade levels so that our students start the new year with academic and social confidence.
Fundraising Key: 12BE8583