PROUD TO HELP

 

Tyndale Community Involvement

At Tyndale, we are grateful to have the good fortune to live and work in such wonderful communities. As part of our mission, Tyndale’s Proud to Help Initiative encourages our employees "members" to reach out to our neighbors who can use a helping hand.

In the past year alone, Tyndale members have made significant contributions to local foodbanks, animal rescue organization, and toward helping less fortunate families have more enjoyable holidays. In addition, dozens of members each year participate in fund-raising events to raise money to fight disease, poverty, and more.

ALL OF US AT TYNDALE ARE TRULY PROUD TO HELP

Proud to Help Charitable Giving

2023 Supported Organizations

Ongoing Initiative - Proud to Help Logo to Support Animal Rights
Tyndale created a new charity logo, which Tyndale members can add to apparel obtained through the company’s clothing allowance program. The logo is dedicated to supporting animal rights awareness and cruelty prevention. The logo will run in production for two years. Tyndale will donate $5 to the Montgomery County SPCA or the Houston Humane Society for every logo purchased from the program.

Learn more about the Montgomery County SPCA by clicking here.
Learn more about the Houston Humane Society by clicking here.
March - The Women’s Center in Bloomsburg, PA
Each March, for the next few years, Tyndale will donate to a domestic violence shelter in a community near each of our Tyndale locations. This year, the Proud to Help Committee has chosen The Women’s Center in Bloomsburg, PA, which is close to our retail store in Williamsport, PA. Additionally, information is shared with all Tyndale members to spread awareness about domestic violence.

Learn more about The Women's Center by clicking here.
April – One Tree Planted and Houston Zoo
In recognition of Earth Day, Tyndale members were encouraged to:
  • PLANT – In support of One Tree Planted, Tyndale members received marigold seeds to plant in their gardens or give to others to spread environmental awareness. Marigolds are excellent flowers for bees and other pollinators.
  • DONATE – Members donated nearly $500, and Tyndale matched this amount to purchase birdhouses and place them on the grounds of Tyndale’s Headquarters and Distribution Centers.
  • TAKE BACK – Members were encouraged to drop off unused medications to collection locations as part of Take Back Day on April 2nd.
Tyndale members also supported the Houston Zoo by participating in their Walk for the Wild 5k event to assist its wildlife-saving efforts. Tyndale contributed over $3,000 to the event, and our members donated $130 toward that amount.

Learn more about One Tree Planted by clicking here.
Learn more about the Houston Zoo by clicking here.
May – Ronald McDonald House
Tyndale members supported the Houston and Philadelphia Ronald McDonald Houses (RMDH), which serve families of children undergoing life-saving treatment with temporary lodging, transportation, meals, and social services. Tyndale members provided over 100 necessary food items to the Houston RMDH and used an Amazon wish list to donate items to the Philadelphia RMDH. Tyndale also donated $1,000 to each RMDH location. In addition, eight PA Tyndale members volunteered their time at the Philadelphia RMDH to prepare and serve dinner for 250 guests. Finally, a resourceful Tyndale member collected and donated over six pounds of soda can tabs. The aluminum is recycled and 100% of the recycling proceeds go to RMDH.

Learn more about Houston RMDH by clicking here.
Learn more about Philadelphia RMDH by clicking here.
June – Vita Education Services and BakerRipley Community Developers
Tyndale hosted a Family Movie Night fundraiser at our PA Distribution Center, raising nearly $1,400 to support Vita Education Services. Vita is the lead literacy agency in Bucks County, providing free-of-charge ESL, GED, Family Literacy, and Criminal Justice programs, empowering students to transform their lives. Tyndale donated an additional $1,000 toward this cause.

Meanwhile, 28 Tyndale members in Houston participated in a Zumba event, which raised over $500 to benefit senior citizens at BakerRipley’s East Aldine Campus. Tyndale donated $1,000 in addition to the cash donations, paint supplies, and items from an Amazon Wish List supplied by Tyndale members.

Learn more about Vita Education Services by clicking here.
Learn more about BakerRipley by clicking here.
July – Broad Street Ministry
Tyndale members supported Broad Street Ministry – a social service organization that provides meals and social services to Philadelphians living in deep poverty – by serving meals as part of the ministry’s sanctuary lunch services. In addition, members volunteered to assist the ministry’s mail service by sorting, filing, and distributing mail to the 4,300 people who use Broad Street Ministry’s mailing address as their own. Tyndale additionally supported this organization with a monetary donation.

Also in July, Tyndale rallied to support one of our own members, following a devastating fire that severely damaged their home. Led by Tyndale’s Proud to Help Committee, coworkers rallied to donate over 160 items valued at $2,000. The family was extremely grateful, especially for the emotional support their Tyndale family provided.

Learn more about the Broad Street Ministry by clicking here.
August – Elmwood Park Zoo and Houston Foodbank
In support of the Elmwood Park Zoo, 15 Tyndale members volunteered to clean up the park’s “Zoo Brew” area so parkgoers can enjoy a clean place to sit and eat lunch. In addition, Tyndale donated $1,000 in support of the Bald Eagle Adoption Program, Tyndale members raised over $100 through donations for raffle prizes, and candy donations were collected for the Zoo’s Halloween event, “Boo at the Zoo.” 40 Tyndale members also worked together over a two-week period to organize and package food for donation to the Houston Food Bank. A Tyndale donation of $1,000 boosted their efforts, supporting the Food Bank’s distribution to assist schools, multi-service centers, and those in need within the Houston community.

Learn more about Elmwood Park Zoo by clicking here.
Learn more about the Houston Food Bank by clicking here.
September – The United Service Organizations (USO)
Tyndale members, led by our Proud to Help Committee working in partnership with the USO, assembled 100 care packages to support our troops – a tangible expression of gratitude for their dedication and sacrifice. The care packages were filled with goods that may not be readily available in the field or items that may remind them of home. To further show our appreciation to the troops, Tyndale members wrote over 100 thank you notes to include in the shipment of care packages.

Learn more about USO by clicking here.
October - American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Main St.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. Tyndale members in Houston and PA participated in “Out of the Darkness Walk” events and collectively raised over $100 in addition to Tyndale’s donations! Additionally, their active involvement raised awareness, fostering a supportive environment for those closely connected to the cause.

Also in October, in honor of breast cancer awareness month, Tyndale became a sponsor with Main St., a breast cancer non-profit organization in Bucks County, PA. For six years, Main St. has been raising awareness and helping our local breast cancer, bringing relief to over 1,500 breast cancer patients receiving treatment and recovery in nearby facilities.

Learn more about the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention by clicking here.
Learn more about Main St. by clicking here.
November – Toys for Tots
Bucks County, PA and Harris County, TX children received toys generously donated by Tyndale members to Toys for Tots, a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve. Toys for Tots distributes toys and brings Christmas joy to many of America’s disadvantaged children. Collection bins were placed in Tyndale’s Headquarters and Distribution Centers, and members generously contributed an overwhelming number of new, unwrapped toys to bring holiday cheer to many boys and girls.

Learn more about Toys for Tots by clicking here.
All 2023 - Outreach By Our Retail Stores
Led by our Proud to Help Committee, our Tyndale retail stores each donated funds to a local charity of their choice:
• Midland — Casa De Amigos The Midland team also donated a decorated tree and wreath to an elderly community member and a family needing Christmas cheer.

2022 Supported Organizations

February – Special Olympics PA
Tyndale sponsored a team to participate in the Lehigh Valley Polar Plunge. Four brave Tyndale members were “freezin’ for a reason” to support Special Olympics PA, which provides sports training and Olympic-style competitions for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
March – Crisis Center of West Texas
Tyndale held a “No More/No Mas” domestic violence awareness campaign and sponsored a drive to donate clothing, supplies, and funds to the Crisis Center of West Texas, an organization that provides shelter and free services to domestic and sexual abuse survivors. A framed artwork memorial was gifted to the center, dedicated to a beloved Tyndale member.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
April – Ukrainian Educational and Cultural Center (UECC)
Tyndale members donated items and funds to the Ukrainian Educational and Cultural Center (UECC) in Jenkintown, PA to support the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America (UNWLA). Members also rallied to support other organizations providing humanitarian relief and Tyndale donated flame resistant garments directly to the military in Ukraine.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
April – National Park Trust
In addition to donating funds to the National Park Trust, Tyndale distributed pollinator-friendly flower seed packets to members, planted a native tree at each of our distribution centers, and organized a clean-up event at Gardenville Fields, a park near our PA facilities.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
May – Freedom Service Dogs of America (FSD)
Tyndale hosted a cornhole tournament and bingo event at our PA Distribution Center; proceeds were donated to FSD. Tyndale also generously donated as a Participating Sponsor for the FSD 2022 Faces of Freedom Sporting Clays Tournament event in Midland, Texas.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
June – Houston Humane Society and Montgomery County SPCA
July 2021, Tyndale hosts a “Sundae Funday” (ice cream social – make a donation and enjoy a Sundae! Or, simply contribute to a food drive, where members are encouraged to donate food to help support Philabundance – a community food bank organization in close proximity to our Pipersville location.

Learn more about the Houston Humane Society by clicking here.
Learn more about the Montgomery County SPCA by clicking here.
July – Philabundance
A group of Tyndale members traveled to the Philabundance food donation sorting center in Philadelphia to deliver 291 pounds of donated food. The group also volunteered their time and energy to prepare food boxes for distribution to those who struggle with hunger.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
August – Houston Habitat for Humanity
Tyndale members contributed monetary donations and showed their support for a family benefitting from this organization by sharing well wishes on a framed keepsake to hang in their new home.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
September – Big Cat Rescue
Tyndale hosted a Saturday-night “Trivia and Brews” event to raise funds for this Florida animal sanctuary that rescues and houses exotic cats and rehabilitates injured or orphaned native wild cats. Our $1,250 donation helped sponsor a tiger named Simba, who was rescued from a circus.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
October – Autism Cares Foundation
Tyndale held a fundraising raffle that raised $2,030 in donations for this non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals and their families dealing with autism and special needs.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
October – Travis Manion Foundation
Tyndale sponsored members who participated in the Travis Manion Heroes 5k Run and Walk to remember and honor the fallen and those who’ve served our nation.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
November/December – Toys for Tots
Donation bins were placed in our PA buildings and Houston Distribution Center to support Toys for Tots locations serving 7,500 children in Bucks County and 26,000 children in Houston.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI)
Tyndale members had the option to add a mental health awareness logo to their yearly Tyndale uniform program purchases. Each time a member chose to add this logo to a garment, Tyndale donated $5 to the National Alliance for Mental Health Awareness.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
All 2022 - Outreach By Our Retail Stores
Led by our Proud to Help Committee, our Tyndale retail stores each donated funds to a local charity of their choice:
• Midland — Casa De Amigos
• Williamsport — Central PA Food Bank
• Oklahoma City — Coat a Kid Campaign
• Concord — Food Bank of Contra Costa

Proud to Help Charitable Giving

2021 Supported Organizations

April – BEAR - Resource for CPS Kids
Through the help of our members, Tyndale raised over $4200 in donated items for Bear Resources. Our donations focused on children from newborns to 5 years old under the care of Child Protective Services. Our efforts will help to provide many children with essential items they need to grow and flourish.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
May – Aark Wildlife Education and Rehab Center
Tyndale members contributed to the Aark Rehabilitation and Education Center by raising $2,750 through shirt orders, monetary donations, legacy tile orders, and Amazon donations. The donations help Aark achieve their mission of fostering the care and understanding of wildlife through rehabilitation, education and training.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
June – Baker Ripley
With 50 centers across the Houston area, our Houston-based Tyndale members help to support low-income young children and their families and pregnant women and their families by creating 60 baskets filled with summer activities and educational items such as blocks, crayons, toy cars and a variety of other supplies to engage the entire family.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
June – Priceton Blairstown
Tyndale members support the Princeton Blairstown Center’s Leaders-in-Training program by donating to a wish list of items which helps to support a smooth running camp. Leaders-in-training develop leadership and employment skills to better their futures.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
July – Houston Food Bank
July 2021, Tyndale hosts a “Sundae Funday” (ice cream social – make a donation and enjoy a Sundae! Or, simply contribute to a food drive, where members are encouraged to donate food to help support the Houston Food Bank.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
July – Philabundance
July 2021, Tyndale hosts a “Sundae Funday” (ice cream social – make a donation and enjoy a Sundae! Or, simply contribute to a food drive, where members are encouraged to donate food to help support Philabundance – a community food bank organization in close proximity to our Pipersville location.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
August – Peace Valley Nature Center
On August 14, Tyndale members can volunteer to help with an activity to support the Peace Valley Nature Center’s mission to manage and maintain an outdoor living museum and environmental education facility for Bucks County.
August – Houston Parks Board
Houston Parks Board is committed to improving access to green space for all. By donating to the Houston Parks Board, Tyndale members are helping to ensure that the Houston Parks Board continues to create, improve, protect and advocate for local communities.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
October – Travis Manion Foundation
Tyndale members support the Travis Manion Foundation by participating in a 5K run, in support of the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Members will be able to register with their families for the race. The race for Houston will be held on September 11, 2021; the race in PA will be held in Doylestown, PA on October 3, 2021. Tyndale will cover the registration fees.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
October – Alzheimer's Foundation of America
Founded in 2002 by a caregiver, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America provides education and support to individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and to their families and caregivers.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
November – Healthcare for the Homeless
Health Care for the Homeless is a nationwide organization serving a combined 1.4 homeless patients regardless of whether or not they received special funding. November 2021, Tyndale will raise money to support this organization and the health centers closest to our headquarters in Pennsylvania and Texas.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
November/December – Toys for Tots
Toys for Tots has a mission to collect new and unwrapped toy contributions to give to under resourced children at the holidays. To help, Tyndale members participate by donating toys and cash/gift-card donations that are used to purchase more toys or items families are in need of.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI)
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental illness organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affect by mental illness. Tyndale has chosen NAMI for our new ribbon to recognize and destigmatize mental illness. Tyndale makes a donation to NAMI for every order placed with the NAMI designed ribbon.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
All 2021 - Outreach By Our Retail Stores
Led by our Proud to Help Committee, Tyndale contributed $500 donations to the communities surrounding each of our retail stores:
• Midland — Casa De Amigos
• Williamsport — Central PA Food Bank
• Oklahoma City — Coat a Kid Campaign
• Concord — Food Bank of Contra Costa

2020 Supported Organizations

April – No Kid Hungry
Tyndale members logged on to the Wellbeats platform and completed a variety of classes about fitness and nutrition to support No Kid Hungry! For each class that was completed, Tyndale made a $5.00 donation towards No Kid Hungry! We were able to make a donation of $1,000 and was able to support 10,000 meals!

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
May – No Nurse Hungry
On May 13th, Tyndale made a donation in partnership with Groveland Grill to deliver 100 bagged lunches to essential healthcare workers. Overall, our lunch donation served 5 different departments!
May – National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI)
Tyndale held 3 virtual events for members to participate in to benefit the National Alliance of Mental Illness. For each participant that attended these events $5.00 was donated to NAMI. A special thank you to our virtual hosts Heather Devery, Pam Costello, and Emely Castillo.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
June – Quakertown Food Pantry & Houston Food Bank
After learning about the high need of contributions to local food banks due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and climbing unemployment rates the Proud to Help committee chose to contribute to local food banks for the month of June. Tyndale matched member donations raising a total of $740 in Houston and $1,000 in PA!

Learn more about the Quakertown Food Pantry by clicking here.
Learn more about the Houston Food Bank clicking here.
July – Soldiers Angels
Soldiers Angels mission is to provide aid, comfort, and resources to the military, veterans, and their families. Tyndale raised a total of $295 and wrote 350 greeting cards to send to military members overseas! Special shoutout to the Midland Retail Store for sending 100 cards!

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
August – Alex's Lemonade Stand (Tyndale's Cookbook)
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation provides funding for research for childhood cancer. Tyndale wanted to help out this cause by creating the Tyndale Cookbook! Members submitted over 360 recipes and ordered a total of 200 books! This proceeds of the cookbook stand to raise over $2,170 for Alex's Lemonade Stand!

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
September – SPCA & Houston Humane Society
Tyndale collected a total of 316 pounds of pet supplies for the Bucks County SPCA. Houston Raised over $700 in pet supplies for the Houston Humane Society. All donations were collected through Amazon Wishlists and contact-less drop offs.

Learn more about the SPCA by clicking here.
Learn more about the Houston Humane Society by clicking here.
October – Dash Against Domestic Violence
Tyndale members participated in a Virtual 5k in support of the Laurel House, a women's shelter for protections and support against domestic violence. 41 members and their families help to raise a total of $1,238! Tyndale matched the registration donations and a grand total of $2,723 was raised for Domestic Violence Awareness!

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
October – Breast Cancer Awareness
On Wednesday of each week throughout October, members both onsite and remote were encouraged to wear pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
November – Tunnels to Towers
Tyndale made a $2000 donation to Tunnels to Towers on Veterans Day in support of our new camouflage logo.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
November – Toys for Tots
Toys for Tots has a mission to collect new and unwrapped toy contributions to give to less fortunate children at the holidays! Tyndale members donated a total of 9 bins company wide! We not only received toys for the children in need, but we also received some cash and gift card donations that were used to purchase more toys to contribute to Toys for Tots!

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
All 2020 - Outreach By Our Retail Stores
Led by our Proud to Help Committee, Tyndale contributed $500 donations to the communities surrounding each of our retail stores:
• Midland — Casa De Amigos
• Williamsport — Central PA Food Bank
• Oklahoma City — Coat a Kid Campaign
• Concord — Food Bank of Contra Costa

2019 Supported Organizations

May – Red Paw Emergency Relief Team
Red Paw Emergency Relief Team is a volunteer-driven non-profit organization that provides emergency assistance and veterinary care to animals involved in fires and other residential disasters. Together we raised $1,676.00 to support this organization’s important work.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
June – Houston Food Bank
Tyndale Houston collected $371.86 and 208 lbs. of food for the Houston Food Bank to help fight hunger in our community. $1,040 was also donated on behalf of Tyndale’s CEO Gail Whittenberger and the Whittenberger family – a $5 donation for every pound collected! In total, together we provided 4,485 meals to people in need in the greater Houston area.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
June – Bucks County Housing Group
Tyndale members were proud to support Bucks County Housing Group (BCHG) by collecting and donating non-perishable food and household supplies. BCHG’s food pantry supports local individuals and families in need. Overall, Tyndale members donated over 900 pounds of food and supplies, which Tyndale matched with a $5 donation for every pound – wow!

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
July – Plumsteadville Volunteer Fire Company
Tyndale members raised $3,000 in donations for Plumsteadville Volunteer Fire Company (PVFC). Our members purchased 100+ shirts with a custom heat transfer and donated funds through a coin drop. Tyndale made a cash donation to round out the rest of the fundraiser. PVFC came to Tyndale to accept the donation in person.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
August – Ronald McDonald House
Tyndale members formed three teams (two from PA and one from Houston) to volunteer at local Ronald McDonald House Charity locations. Over the course of three separate dinner sessions, roughly 30 members served approximately 180 Ronald McDonald house guests. Tyndale also donated over $750 directly to the organization, providing support and resources to help keep families together when a child is in medical healthcare need.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
August – Ronald McDonald House (Houston)
Located in Houston, the Ronald McDonald House organization’s Holcombe House hosts the families of seriously ill children – providing a “home away from home.” Tyndale Houston members visited Holcombe House and provided a home-cooked meal for the children and families staying in the facility – working together to make oven-roasted chicken, veggies, mac and cheese, roasted potatoes, and chocolate cupcakes.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
September – Travis Manion Foundation
The Travis Manion Foundation 9/11 Heroes Run unites communities internationally with the goal of never forgetting the sacrifices of the heroes of September 11, 2001 and the wars since: veterans, first responders, civilians and military. Tyndale members, friends, and family from both our Pipersville, PA and Houston, TX teams participated in a local 5K Run/1-mile walk honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Together, our team raised over $400 in support of the foundation.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
September – Travis Manion Foundation (Houston)
Twelve members from our Houston team, along with their families, attended the Travis Manion 9/11 5K run in downtown Houston. This run honors the fallen and those who sacrificed on September 11, 2001 and the wars since. It was a great way to be active, and a reminder to ask ourselves “If not me, then who…” – the organization’s call to action to unite communities by empowering individuals to become role models.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
October – ALS Association
Members participated in a walk at Coca Cola Park / Iron Pigs Stadium to show support and raise awareness for the ALS Association. Our Proud to Help Committee also supported the organization by soliciting donations from local businesses; our members, in turn, purchased chances to win the prizes – raising a total of $3,328.00 for the ALS Association.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
December – Houston Children’s Charity
Tyndale Houston participated in Houston Children’s Charity’s 2019 “Adopt-A-Family” program – making the holidays extra special this year for five families and a total of 14 children! The holiday gifts ranged from the ever-popular “slime,” to makeup brush sets, and even a few bikes.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
December – Tabor Home
Our members again generously supported Tabor Home, which distributes holiday gifts to disadvantaged families in Philadelphia and Bucks County. This year our members contributed hundreds of gifts and $1,282 in cash donations, which were used to buy additional gifts. Eleven members volunteered to wrap the gifts and seven members transported the gifts to Tabor Home, where we were welcomed and our gifts were very much appreciated. Our members’ generosity enabled many families to have a joyful holiday.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
December – Casa De Amigos (Midland, TX)
Midland members purchased and decorated a holiday tree which was on display in Midland and was then donated to a local disadvantaged family through the Casa De Amigos organization.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
All 2019 – Outreach by our Retail Stores
Led by our Proud to Help Committee, Tyndale contributed $500 donations to the communities surrounding each of our retail stores:
• Midland - Casa De Amigos
• Williamsport - Central PA Food Bank
• Oklahoma City - Coat a Kid Campaign/ Oklahoma City Public Schools
• Concord - Hope Academy for Dyslexics

All 2019 – Tunnels 2 Towers Clothing Logo Drive
Tyndale employees have the option to add a special logo to their yearly Tyndale uniform program purchases. Each time an employee selects to add this logo, Tyndale donates $5 to Tunnels 2 Towers, which supports and provides mortgage-free homes to the families of fallen first responders and custom home adaptations for injured service members.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.

2018 Supported Organizations

April - Habitat for Humanity ReStore (Horsham)
After last year's success, Tyndale again held a ‘day of service’ at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore but at their new Horsham location. Our team of employees volunteered their time to help out in building new shelving structures, stocking shelves, receiving and pricing items. Items are donated to the ReStore; the ReStore sells these items to the general public to raise money in support of Habitat for Humanity activities.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
May - USO
For Military Appreciation Month, Tyndale’s Proud to Help Committee selected the USO as the charity to support during the month of May. Our goal was to express our thanks and honor the service and sacrifice of the brave members of our U.S Armed Forces. At Tyndale, we had a collection drive to build care packages for active duty military troops stationed overseas.

We collected an abundance of various items to fill the care packages, and raised $240 to purchase the remaining items needed. Together, we filled a total of 50 care packages full of snacks, puzzles, books, playing cards, and “Thank You” letters. In July, as a “Christmas in July” gift, the USO will send these care packages to the active duty troops currently stationed overseas.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
June - New Britain Baptist Church Food Pantry
Tyndale collected food/personal products to help fill the shelves and give nourishment to families and individuals in need at the New Britain Baptist Church Food Pantry. This year we collected 43 bags of groceries and $310 in gift cards. NBFP is the only pantry in the area that gives recipients the opportunity to ‘shop’ in the store, preserving dignity and giving recipients choice.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
July - Bucks County Housing Group
COMING SOON!

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August - Bucks County SPCA
COMING SOON!

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September - St. Jude Children's Hospital
COMING SOON!

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October - A Woman's Place
COMING SOON!

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December - Tabor Home
COMING SOON!

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All 2018 - Diabetes Awareness Clothing Logo Drive
Tyndale employees have the option to add a special Diabetes Awareness company logo to their yearly uniform purchases. Each time an employee selects to add this logo, Tyndale donates $5 to the American Diabetes Association.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.

2017 Supported Organizations

April - Habitat for Humanity ReStore (Chalfont)
Tyndale held a ‘day of service’ at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Chalfont with a team of employees volunteering their time to help out in stocking shelves, receiving and pricing items. Items are donated to the ReStore; the ReStore sells these items to the general public to raise money in support of Habitat for Humanity activities.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.
May - Angels in Motion
To focus on National Prevention Week and the opiod epidemic we put together food and toiletry bags which Angels in Motion delivered to homeless addicts living on the streets in the Kensington section of Philadelphia.

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June - Bucks County SPCA
Collected items needed to support the local SPCA, assisting in their efforts to rescue animals that are up for adoption. Things like food, old newspapers, pet toys and more were collected. We also had Tyndale employees volunteer their time at the Quakertown and Lahaska location.

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July - New Britain Baptist Church Food Pantry
Collected much needed for items for needy families in the area and delivered the food items to the pantry. It’s the only pantry in the area that gives recipients the opportunity to ‘shop’ in the store, preserving dignity and giving recipients choice.

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September - St. Jude Children's Walk
The Houston-based Tyndale family participated in a walk to benefit St. Judes Children Hospital, an organization that raises funds to benefit children fighting cancer. The Houston group walked together to help raise funds.

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September - MS City to Shore
Participants biked distances ranging from 25 to 100 miles between Cherry Hill and Ocean City, raising donations for and awareness of MS. Tyndale again rode jointly with the PECO Pedalers in this event.

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October - MS Run for Research
This local family-oriented event is dedicated to raising money to research cures for MS. A Tyndale group met up to walk / run together and there were many opportunities for fund-raising in support of this important cause.

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December - Tabor Home
Every year Tyndale comes together as a company to help children and families to have a very special Christmas through donations of clothing, toys and other gifts for those in need.

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All 2017 - Diabetes Awareness Clothing Logo Drive
Tyndale employees have the option to add a special Diabetes Awareness company logo to their yearly uniform purchases. Each time an employee opts to add this logo, Tyndale donates $5 to the American Diabetes Association. In 2017 we raised and donated $930 to the ADA.

Learn more about this organization by clicking here.