United Way of Bucks County, St. Mary Medical Center, and Bucks County Opportunity Council, with the support of Penn Community Bank, announce the launch of a new 8,000 square foot space for a healthy eating and living partnership named the HELP Center.
The new site, located in Bristol Borough, will provide food and other necessities to residents county-wide. Items will be distributed through food pantries, Fresh Connect free mobile farm markets, and existing distribution points. The site is not open to the public.
United Way of Bucks County has relocated its existing in-kind goods distribution to the new site. The in-kind gifts program typically provides about $1 million of home goods and other essential items to residents each year. While COVID is a concern, the local United Way will continue to distribute urgently needed items like donated toilet paper, diapers, cleaning supplies, and other necessities.
If you’d like to volunteer at the HELP Center, please click here to fill out a volunteer application. Be sure to note the “HELP Center” in your application.
Check out the video below to learn more about the HELP Center!