Are you up for a challenge?

Please join us in celebrating Giving Tuesday on December 1st, 2020. You can help us reach our fundraising goal of $2,021. We’re looking forward to a new year, new beginnings, health, and prosperity. Thank you for your support and for getting our message out to the world.

Let's get started? Here's how to participate.

Here’s how you can participate in our Giving Tuesday “I Gave A Buck” Challenge. Follow these simple steps.
  1. Download the sign, print it out on 8.5 x 11 in color, or B&W either will be awesome.
  2. Take a selfie holding the sign and post it to facebook.com/nhcelebrates you can tag your friends and family. Be sure to add the hashtags #givingtuesday and #igaveabuck in your post. We also love Instagram and Youtube posts if that’s what you prefer. Just tag us! And if you really want to be a superstar? Make a short video telling people why you love New Hope Celebrates and what NHC means to you share it with us and the world.
  3. Make a donation in any amount simply click the Make a donation button then complete the form. We accept all credit cards. Your donation is tax-deductible. You will receive a confirmation email once you complete the payment.
If you can’t afford to make a donation that’s ok! Consider signing up to volunteer with us by emailing us at [email protected]

A message from Matt Hanson, NHC President

Giving Tuesday is a global giving movement that has been driven by individuals, charities, businesses, and communities across the U.S. and in countries around the world. Just as Black Friday kicks off the holiday shopping season, #GivingTuesday is the opening day of the giving season.

#GivingTuesday, the global day of generosity, continues to gain traction across the country in its eighth year, with thousands of organizations and millions of people expected to take part.

Thank you Geri for all your amazing work over the years. Your continued support of NHC and hard in the New Hope Community is truly appreciated.

Geri Delevich reflects on New Hope Celebrates

Geri is a former NHC Board member who has had a long and active political career in New Hope. A retired teacher, she has worked tirelessly as New Hope Borough Councilwoman. In 2002, she was instrumental in making New Hope the first borough in Pennsylvania to pass a non-discrimination ordinance in support of the LGBTQ+ community. She proudly accepted the HRC award in Philadelphia on behalf of New Hope at a black-tie event. READ MORE >

Be sure to download our 2019 Year in Review and learn more about NHC and all the fabulous people that make this such a great community.
Form our history archives – Understanding Diversity in New Hope – 2017 documentary by Melissa D’Agastino.

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