If you’re beginning to plan your Easter dinner, Giant Food Stores wants you to know you can earn a free ham there this spring. Beginning Friday, March 22, customers can begin earning extra rewards points towards a free ham certificate when they shop using their BonusCard.
The businesses who donated to Saucon Source’s first “Lights for Food” photo fundraiser in December this week delivered separate donations to the two local food banks that were the recipients of the money raised.
Saucon Source has committed to donate $1 per Christmas lights photo to help the two local food banks in Lower Saucon Township. This donation will be matched by two other local businesses: Heintzelman Funeral Home of Hellertown and Bob’s Valley Wide Carpet Care of Bethlehem.
Saucon Source wants to help local families in need this Christmas, and we’re asking for you to do something simple in order to do that: share a photo of your holiday light display with us and the community.
Learn more about how a local church is growing organic produce to benefit our community. The open house at Christ Lutheran Hellertown will be held June 10 in celebration of their newly expanded “Love Grows Here” Community Garden.
National Penn Bank in Hellertown recently chose Project You Are Love of Hellertown as the recipient of its Generous Heart Campaign for 2015, Project You Are Love’s Shelley Barchanowitz-Goldberg said in a news release. Donations of kitchen items such as towels, sponges, can openers, spoons, measuring cups and oven mitts will be used to create holiday gift baskets for the families served by New Jerusalem Food Bank in Lower Saucon Township and the Lehigh Valley Outreach Depot in Bethlehem. Donations will be accepted at the bank at 741 Main St., Hellertown, until Saturday, Dec. 5.