Stone & Flick Children Fund Established Through Univest Foundation In Partnership With Word FM And Souderton-Telford Rotary Club
Souderton, Pa., December 17, 2014 – Word FM, a local, faith-based radio station, and the Souderton-Telford Rotary have partnered with Univest Foundation to establish the Stone & Flick Children Fund to assist in raising funds for the Stone daughters and for Anthony Flick, surviving children who lost their parents and siblings after the devastating tragedy in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania on Monday, December 15.
“We know that we can never put back together the pieces that these children have lost, but our hope is that as the generosity of our community members comes forth, we’ll be able to provide a little peace and comfort,” Word FM station manager, Dave Baker said.
The fund has been jumpstarted with a $5,000 donation – $3,000 of which is from Univest Corporation, $1,000 from Word FM and $1,000 from Souderton-Telford Rotary.
“Our community has been hit hard by this unthinkable tragedy,” said Jim Leary, chief of police for Souderton Borough and president of Souderton-Telford Rotary Club. “We are responding as our community always does – united to show our support for the children who need to know we stand beside them and are here to help them move forward.”
Individuals who are interested in donating can do so in the following ways:
Univest Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization so all donations are tax deductible. Donors can be assured that their donations will be secured in a private account, growing with interest until all funds are designated to the children. A funds management team will be formed to handle the disbursements.
About Word FM:
Word FM, a branch of Four Rivers Broadcasting, is a local faith-based radio station that works to provide positive messaging and uplifting music daily for everyday living to inspire hope and encourage the community in which it serves.
About Souderton-Telford Rotary:
Souderton-Telford Rotary Club has been serving the local community since 1925. Our vibrant club is honored to be one of the more than 34,000 Rotary Clubs around the world committed to service above self.
About Univest Foundation:
Established as an independent entity in 2002, Univest Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization located in
Univest Foundation/Univest Corporation
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Take a stroll along Main Street, visit the local businesses, view the tree lighting and enjoy the holiday cheer at the Downtown Tree Lighting event is scheduled on Saturday December 13th from 6:00pm - 8:00pm in Downtown Souderton. The official tree lighting will take place at 6:00pm in the downtown municipal parking lot on Main Street.
In the spirit of holiday giving this year's tree was donated by a community resident. The tree will stand approximately 20 feet tall and is expected to light a sparkle in every heart. We look forward to you joining us for an evening with families and friends gathering together in the holiday spirit embracing a community rich with tradition.
Refreshments will be available, Santa will be in the downtown for photos and plan to stroll along the streets of the borough shopping at our local stores as you enjoy the holiday displays by our businesses. Please take time to vote for your favorite display. Voting opens Black Friday. Voting will be available online www.stmain.st.org and by ballot. Ballot boxes will be located at several selected locations in the borough.
Spot Collections scheduled to begin the week of October 27th
Rake your leaves to the curb line of the street for collection by the Borough. Please note that the Borough will not collect leaves in alleys. Leaves are collected through vacuum equipment and disposed at a recycling facility. Please keep in mind that we cannot pick up piles of leaves with excessive quantities of sticks, stones, hedge clippings, plant materials, and other trash. These items will damage or clog the equipment or jeopardize our ability to dispose of the load at the recycling facility.
Collections will alternate each week between east and west sections of the Borough. Rake your leaves out to the street by the beginning of the scheduled collection week; remember that once the crew has passed your street they will not return until the next scheduled collection time.
Includes the area west of the railroad tracks to the Borough line between Reliance Road and Cherry Lane
Includes the area east of the railroad tracks to the Borough line between Reliance Road and Cherry Lane
Christmas Tree Collection
The Borough will collect Christmas Trees curbside during the week of January 5, 2015. Kindly remove all decorations and place the tree out front of the property for pickup.