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Food Bank Donation

Saucon Source Presents Donation to Local Food Bank

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Pastor Lisa Borrell said Thursday that the food bank at New Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lower Saucon Township has seen a sizable increase in the number of local families it serves since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

10-year-old Boy Sells Toys to Support Local Health Care Heroes

10-Year-Old Sells His Toys to Support Local Health Care Heroes

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At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, while health care heroes were hard at work caring for patients, a 10-year old boy in Bethlehem was also hard at work thinking of ways in which he could help their efforts.

Feeding the Frontlines St. Luke's

Feeding the Frontlines: A Special Gift Presented to St. Luke’s Nurses

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Local business leader Mike Grabarits visited St. Luke’s University Hospital Bethlehem Campus recently with a special thank you for some deserving health care heroes–a check for $20,000 to support Feeding the Frontlines, a special initiative that provides care givers with gift certificates to local restaurants.

PPE Coronavirus

Coronavirus Concern: St. Luke’s Accepting PPE Donations

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As COVID-19 spreads throughout the United States, health care systems are preparing for potential nationwide shortages of critical supplies. While St. Luke’s University Health Network currently has an adequate stock of necessary items, the hospital wants to remain agile by ensuring it is prepared for any shortages that might occur in the future.


Giant Donates $250,000 Toward Hunger Relief During Pandemic

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The GIANT Company said Friday it is donating a total of $250,000 to four local hunger relief organizations including the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, Philabundance, Maryland Food Bank and Meals on Wheels Pennsylvania to help feed a growing number of families and seniors who are facing hunger as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.