Lower Makefield Girl Works with Local Nonprofit to Bring Technology to Bucks County Families in Need

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Teddy Tendler has been working with the Family Service Association of Bucks County to bring technology to those in need.

An eight-year-old Lower Makefield girl is working to bring computers and other tech items to Bucks County families in need. Ella Castronuovo wrote about the young girl’s charitable efforts for the Bucks County Courier Times.

Teddy Tendler, who is going into third grade at Quarry Hill Elementary School, was assigned to do a good deed, or mitzvah, through Congregation Kol Emet in Yardley. Using a Chromebook for online learning, she decided that she wanted to collect computers for local homeless shelters.

“I want to share my education with the other kids because I have a great education at school,” she said.

To make sure her plan became a reality, Tendler began working with the Family Service Association of Bucks County. The nonprofit organization operates the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter in Levittown, exactly the place where Tendler can help local families in need.

Through her work with the nonprofit, Tendler has been collecting donations to purchase computers for those in need. Her efforts have seen more than $1,700 raised for new and used technology.

Read more about Tendler’s charitable activities at the Bucks County Courier Times.

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