Fairless Hills Nonprofit Hosts First In-Person Board Orientation Since the Pandemic

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Image via United Way of Bucks County.
The organization held its first in-person board orientation in nearly four years.

A nonprofit in the Bucks County area recently saw their board members gather together in person for the first time in years.

United Way of Bucks County, headquartered at 413 Hood Boulevard in Fairless Hills, just held their first Board Orientiation since the pandemic.

“Today was an exciting day here at United Way of Bucks County,” the nonprofit said online. “It was our very first in-person Board Orientation since 2019!!”

Among those present for the board orientation were Karen Johnson-Susko, Raymond Santiago, Rick Battaglia, Paul Braun, Julia Amo, Randall Beaman, Jeffrey Lehocky, Faith Parkinson, and the organizations’s CEO, Marissa Christie.

Earlier this month, the organization announced several new members added to their board, along with the elect of several more, all of whom are mentioned above. They also recently worked to bring 100,000 meals to local residents facing food insecurity in the area as a part of their annual “Knock Out Hunger” food drive program.

“We are feeling invigorated and are excited for the years to come. This new board class is ready to get to work!”

Learn more about the orientation at United Way of Bucks County.


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