Sb1 Federal Credit Union’s Caring Community
- Delaware Valley residents in PA and NJ who are making a difference in their communities.
- Volunteers, and leaders of non-profit organizations who are having an impact solving community challenges.
- Role models who are trying to pass along qualities of responsibility, caring and volunteerism in the next generation.
Do you know someone who is making a difference in your community? Send an email to email@example.com and tell us their story.
Terri Matthews learned the true meaning of grit when her son Jaden was diagnosed with autism at age 2½.
Jonathan Davis and Melany Nelson run organizations specifically designed to help victims in Philadelphia.
“It was my daughter’s idea to come up with a food drive,” recalls Nicole Wiley.
When Valerie Crabbe and Larry Harris got married, they already had six kids between them and decided to adopt two more. They now run a foundation to help foster kids.
Justin Barnabei passed away last April, after his second bout with acute lymphoblastic leukemia became too much to bear.
Rhonda Willingham founded MenzFit, a nonprofit group that helps men dress for success and get jobs.
“I thought, we have to do something — what can we do?” recalls Temperance Jaxson, right, after seeing a homeless woman sleeping outside her window.
“My faith calls me to really serve my community, to love our neighbors.” And service has been his guiding light.
“I realized my sister’s story isn’t unique,” recalls Ann Rejrat. “There’s a lot of people out there who need help.”
“I lost thirteen friends to violence, and I felt like I had an obligation to do what needed to be done in the streets,” Mills says.
This successful Philadelphia tax attorney wanted to create an innovative way to help those in need. So she and her tech-savvy husband Shawn came up with a smartphone app to do that.
Sutton thinks that travel to foreign countries can expand one’s horizons, and she’s helping West Philadelphia teenage girls do just that.
Joanie Balderstone and Rebecca McIntire realized that struggling women in Camden needed, in addition to donated clothing, some real basics: brassieres and sanitary products.
Love is a schoolteacher in North Philadelphia who inspires her students and, she says, was inspired by them in turn.
When Madeline Hoffman’s grandmother taught her how to sew, she decided put her newfound skills to good use by creating wheelchair and walker bags for those in need.