Bucks County charities receive over 4,000 safety kits

PS Holdings Group donated antibacterial wipes, face masks and other essentials to organizations in Bristol and Bensalem.

Local private equity firm PS Group Holdings donated over 4,000 safety kits to various charities throughout Bucks County. The kit includes antibacterial wipes, face masks and other essentials needed to stay safe through the pandemic.

In addition to providing each recipient with one month’s worth of sanitary products per kit, the firm also provided many volunteers at all centers with supplies so that they can continue their work on behalf of the community during this difficult time.

“We want to make sure that no matter what happens, you can safely take care of your family. Our goal is that anyone who needs a little kindness will find it from our community when they need it most,” said Paul Szyarto, president, PS Group Holdings.

A variety of local charities distributed the kits among their community members. Included in the safety kit distribution was:

  • Second Baptist Church, Bristol
  • Lester Bahrt Food Pantry, Fairless Hills
  • Redeemer Lutheran Church, Penndel
  • Harvest Ministries, Bensalem
  • Falls Township Senior Center, Fairless Hills
  • The Kingdom Church, Love Fellowship Tabernacle, Bensalem
  • Keystone Opportunity Council, Souderton
  • Interfaith Food Alliance, Morrisville
  • Between Friends Outreach, Doylestown
  • The Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, Yardley
  • Rolling Harvest Food Rescue, Lumberville

These organizations work tirelessly to ensure people don’t have to worry about where their next meal will come from, or how they will stay safe during unprecedented times. Each relies on donations from the community.

“We are ever so grateful for the thoughtfulness during this most critical time in our country and world. The safety kits will be a true blessing to the people of our community,” said Stacey D. Bullock, The Kingdom Church.

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