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QNB Bank Designates EITC Funds to Support High School Mentoring Programs!

Carl Kessler, VP of Security/BSA Officer at QNB Bank (on left) gives an EITC check donation of $2,000 to Ursula Raczak, CEO at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County (on right.) Jamison, PA (February, 2018) –QNB Bank designated $2,000 of their Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC)

Hatboro Federal Savings Supports High School Bigs & BLAST Programs Through EITC Funding!

Erin Simmons, Director of Program, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County, (on left) and Linda Roehner, CEO/President, Hatboro Federal Savings, (on right,) with an EITC check for $7,222. Jamison, PA (February 22, 2018) –Hatboro Federal Savings designated $7,222 of their Educational Im

BBBSBC Welcomes New Board Members

BBBSBC Welcomes Board Member Tania Turner BBBSBC Welcomes Board Member Zach Bryant

BBBSBC Elects New Board President

BBBSBC Elects New Board President  

QNB BANK SUPPORTS BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS’ HIGH SCHOOL BIGS PROGRAM THROUGH EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT TAX CREDITS (EITC)

  In photo from left to right: Carl P. Kessler (VP) and April Donahue, of QNB Bank, present John Wilson (Board President) and Ursula Raczak (CEO), of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County, with a check for $2,000 to support their High School Bigs Program. Jamison, PA (July 2017)

Sister bond through volunteerism

Sister bond through volunteerism

Dominion Energy Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters’ STEM School Monitoring

Jamison, PA (January 9, 2017) – Dominion Energy awarded a grant of $5,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County (BBBSBC), in support of their STEM School Mentoring Program. This program is in place in several schools in Bucks County- in the Bensalem, Bristol Township, Centennial,

Council Rock students gaining valuable skills on autism support team

By Joan Hellyer, staff writer Samantha Roseman (right), 9, a third-grader at Goodnoe Elementary School spends time with visiting Council Rock High School North sophomore Yasmin Barouki (left), 16, and freshman Jordan Galing, 15, during the BLAST (Big and Little Autism Support Team) program at

Golfers Tee Off for Big Brothers Big Sisters

Golfers Tee Off for Big Brothers Big Sisters