Employee Charities 

Township Manager Barry P Luber presented a check to Twilight Wish Foundation. Since 2003, their goal has been to make the world a nicer place to age, one Twilight Wish at a time. A Twilight Wish recognizes seniors for all that they have done throughout their lives and shows them they are appreciated and of value to society. Wishes can connect a senior to many things: a lost passion such as getting their book published; reconnecting with people they haven’t seen in years such as siblings, and rediscovering their purpose in life. Every wish they grant is helping to build a culture that values and respects our senior population.

WCEC Ivy Ross presented a check to her charity Anonymous Aid Association. The AAA recognizes that there are families within CB South who face obstacles that are beyond their control. Their goal is to develop appropriate ways to assist those students and/or their families during their time of need. The organization helps to raise funds, supplies, or other necessities specifically for CB South families.

Township Manager Barry P. Luber presented a check to the Warrington's Lion Pride. The Warrington's Lion Pride is known for working to end preventable blindness. 

WCEC Leah Brown presented a check to her charity, National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.

Firefighter Bill McCann presented a check to his charity, Safe Harbor. Safe Harbor is an organization whose goal is to provide a safe environment where children and teens can discuss their feelings related to the death of somebody they love. ​