With tremendous pride and two decades of community service tradition, our employees work hand in hand making long lasting contributions to better the lives of individuals and their families within our community. The Braun-Bostich commitment to community and passion for service is a mainstay of our firm.
The mission of Greater Washington County Food Bank is to form lasting solutions to hunger insecurity through effective food distribution systems; to educate and empower the needy in seeking positive lifestyle changes; and, to create awareness through individual and community partnerships."
Since 1986, Family Resources has been a leader in the prevention and treatment of child abuse. BBA is proud to participate in their annual "Rock Away Child Abuse" (RACA) campaign bringing awareness to National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Go here for detail on the event and our sponsorship to this great cause.
The From Alex With Love Foundation is a scholarship and philanthropic fund founded as a memorial to Bentworth High School student Alexzandra Loos. Sadly, Alex was struck and killed by a speeding car in August of 2004 as she and a friend were walking home from Bentworth High School―She was 15. BBA is a proud Silver Sponsor of the annual Run For Alex, now in its 14th year.
The Mon Valley Leatherneck Association (MVLA) is located in Donora, PA. It is a group of Marines, both past and present, that meet every 3rd Monday of every month. The Commandant is Howard Weber and they currently have 167 members. They are always looking for new members, especially of the younger crowd to keep the organization going and to help out those who are here. The MVLA participates in USMC funerals, parades, ceremonies and most known for Toys for Tots.
A grassroots giving circle for SW Pennsylvania. “Giving2Grow acts as an intermediary between donors and service providers. We endeavor to achieve our mission by supporting local organizations that already have the skill and knowledge and commitment to address childhood nutrition and food security”.
In Young Life, we believe young people with special needs have the right to experience the abundant life God intended for them. This includes meaningful relationships, fun, adventure, and acceptance. We believe teens who need assistance can and should participate fully in activities that build self-esteem, challenge their limits, and help them discover their abilities to do new things.