The Village Library of Wrightstown Library, nestled in the historical center of Wrightstown Township, has become the community meeting place for its home and neighboring townships. Although it is a small library, it offers programs and services that rival far larger libraries, community programs, and even arts programs. The Library not only offers access to all materials throughout the Bucks County Library System, but it also offers several desktop computers and Wifi access, so that patrons can remain on top of the latest in all literacy, arts, sciences, and community events.
Senior Adults for Greater Education (S.A.G.E.) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization “devoted to uniting youth and seniors in their quest to enrich education and leave a legacy for future generations.” S.A.G.E. recognizes the wisdom of older adults and integrates their contributions into the school community in a variety of intergenerational activities for the mutual benefit of youth, seniors and the community.
Peace Valley Nature Center (PVNC) is an environmental education center and sanctuary dedicated to providing outdoor educational opportunities for people of all ages to promote a better understanding and appreciation for the world of nature. Along miles of nature trails surrounding Lake Galena, guests can visit diverse habitats and spot animals, tracks and abundant plant life.
Since 1956, the Pennsbury Scholarship Foundation (PSF) has been helping Pennsbury graduates pay for higher education. In 2014, the PSF awarded $130,000 in scholarships to 85 graduates. Over the past 59 years the PSF has awarded approximately $2.3 million in scholarships to nearly 1,400 Pennsbury graduates.
Founded in 1921 by the women’s Club of Southampton, the Southampton Free Library moved to its current location at 947 Street Road, Southampton, in 1971. For its vision of the future, the Southampton Free Library will be the go-to place for all types of resources.
The Doylestown Nature Club has been an integral force for environmental awareness in the Doylestown community for 105 years. The purposes of the non-profit club include encouraging a love of nature; protecting birds, animals and wildflowers from ruthless destruction; conserving our natural resources; beautifying the community, and educating about nature.
The Friends of the Delaware Canal (FODC) is an independent, non-profit organization working to restore, preserve and improve the Canal and its surroundings. Its primary goals are to ensure that the Canal is fully watered and the towpath trail is usable over its entire length from Easton to Bristol, PA.
The Morrisville Student Loan Fund is a non-profit organization established in 1954 by the Parent Teacher Organization. Their purpose is to make interest-free loans available to graduates of Morrisville High School who are pursuing advanced education. Grants may also be awarded to first-time loan recipients.
History and technology come together in the Newtown Library Company. Located in Newtown Borough at 114 E. Centre Avenue, the library was founded in 1760 and is the sixth-oldest subscription library in the United States, continuously operating as a circulation library.
The goal of this program is to plan, implement, coordinate, expand and integrate education, enrichment, and support activities to improve academic and performance, and decrease factors that place students at risk for delinquency, dropout and unemployment.