The Salvation Army helps those in need who have been affected by unemployment, poverty, or other issues by bringing hope and help.
Starting in March 2008, Cigars International launched a program matching customer purchases with a matching donation to our troops. The program, with customers buying a Cigars For Troops sampler, resulted in a match of over 18,000 cigars and will be distributed to deployed military troops. The campaign was advertised in various national publications, offering customers 3 premium cigars for only $5 and the promise to donate the same amount of cigars to our troops. CI’s retail stores have Cigars for troops donations boxed that are filled monthly through various promotions that are donated to cigar clubs overseas.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is a group of passionate individuals who have moved together towards a world free of multiple sclerosis. MS stops people from moving. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society exists to make sure it doesn't.
LifePath provides a high quality of services to individuals needing specialized support through a combination of professional knowledge, arts and skills in a respected environment.
Via of the Lehigh Valley is a non-profit human service agency that provides services for children and adults with disabilities. Since 1954, VIA has assisted individuals and families focusing on Children’s Services, Community Connections, Autism Services, Teen Summer Experience and the Employment Reform Resource Project.
The United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley is a non-profit organization that believes that every person in the Lehigh Valley deserves an opportunity for a good life by focusing on education, older adults and basic needs. They engage the people and organizations that bring the passion, expertise and resources to get things done through their efforts.
The Lehigh Valley Center for Independent Living, Inc. believes every individual has the right to be self-determining and to live in dignity within an environment that is free from barriers of all types- physical, psychological, social and economic. LVCIL facilitates the empowerment of people with disabilities to reach their full potential, enhances the community's awareness of the assets of citizens with disabilities, and serves as a forum for cross-disability advocacy and peer support throughout the Lehigh Valley.
Allentown Art Museum attracts over 100,000 visitors each year showcasing over 17,000 works of art.
The Downtown Bethlehem Association is a council of The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce. The Downtown Bethlehem Association is an organization that is consisted of business owners who prides themselves in unity by organizing over 100 events a year into Bethlehem’s Historic and Southside Shopping Districts.
Providing the Greater Lehigh Valley with enough blood supply to support the communities’ emergency medical needs.
Provides support to those wounded veterans returning from serving in the United State military and helps them adjust to civilian life through physical therapy and provides assistance to make their homes accessible to their new needs.
Providing food for families throughout the Lehigh Valley impacting the health and self-esteem of those served.
Protecting the communities of the Lehigh Valley and providing a safe environment for citizens to live and business to operate.
The nation’s largest music festival held over ten days with over 250 musical acts from small local bands to national performers. With stages in both the Historic District and Southside, this is Bethlehem’s biggest cultural festival held annually the first week in August.
This community festival promoting the businesses of Main Street in the Historic District celebrates the fall spirit with farmers markets, crafters and tickets for beer, wine and homemade soup tastings.