This holiday season, Univest Financial is supporting various nonprofit organizations with holiday collections at each of its financial centers as well as its corporate headquarters and regional offices.
Local organizations to benefit include Toys for Tots, Keystone Opportunity Center, Penn Foundation, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Water Street Mission, and the Allentown Boys and Girls Club. Univest is committed to providing strong leadership, financial support and volunteerism in the communities it serves. Employees and customers are encouraged to join in the effort to give back this holiday season.
The chart below summarizes the items being collected on behalf of each organization and can also be found at https://www.univest.net/holidaygiving. Donations can be dropped off at the participating office or financial center. Contact information and addresses for each location can be found at http://www.univest.net/locate-us. Questions about a particular collection can be directed to the participating Univest location. For general questions, contact the Univest Call Center at 877.723.5571.
|Bucks Regional Office||Children’s Services||
• Essentials:baby wipes, car seats and boosters, medical gloves, pots and pans, towels
• Clothing: All sizes of clothing for newborn, toddlers, children and adults, Philadelphia sports teams attire, shoes
• Toys and Electronics: Radio/CD/MP3 player, adult coloring books, LEGO sets, American Girl Doll & Accessories, My Life Sets, JoJo Siwa hair bows
|11/10 – 12/10|
|Lancaster Regional Office||Water Street Mission||• Non-perishable food items: boxed cereal and rice; canned soups, meats and veggies• Personal care items and everyday essentials: deodorant, shampoo, soap, toothpaste etc.||11/19 – 12/14|
|Lansdale Insurance||Toys for Tots||New, unwrapped toys||11/19 – 12/13|
|Lehigh Valley Insurance Office||Community Services for Children||Winter gear for children: coats, gloves, scarves, hats, and socks||11/6 – 12/6|
|Lehigh Valley Regional Office||Allentown Boys and Girl’s Club||Slime kits, jewelry kits, arts & crafts kits, etc.||11/10 – 12/14|
|Philadelphia Regional Office||St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children||New, unwrapped toys for infants-teens (please no cloth or violent items)||11/19 – 12/14|
|Souderton Headquarters||Toys for Tots||New, unwrapped toys||11/19 – 12/13|
|Bensalem, Doylestown, Hatboro, Warminster and Willow Grove Financial Centers||Toys for Tots||New, unwrapped toys||11/19 – 12/14|
|Bethlehem and Hamilton Crossings Financial Centers||Lily’s Hope||• Paper products: Paper plates, cups, bowls, utensils, napkins and paper towels• Infant supplies: Preemie clothes, preemie diapers, baby wipes, bottles, baby bath supplies• Cleaning supplies: Laundry detergent, baby laundry detergent, hand sanitizer, cleaning wipes• Sibling activities: Coloring books, activity books, board games, crayons and books||11/19 – 12/14|
|Blue Bell, Line Lexington and Montgomeryville Financial Centers||WXTU Toy Truck Parade
Supports – CHOP, Boys and Girls Club, and USO
|New, unwrapped toys||11/5 – 11/30|
|Brownstown and Intercourse Financial Centers||CrossNet Ministries Food Pantry||Paper items: tissues, toilet paper, paper towelsNon-perishable food items: pancake mix, juice, condiments, crackers||11/19 – 12/14|
|Chalfont and Plumsteadville Financial Centers||A Woman’s Place||• Non-perishable food items: dry/canned holiday staples, canned fruit, cereal (hot or cold), kid’s snacks, etc.• New pajamas and underwear – boys and girls and adult • Cleaning supplies: dish washing detergent, disinfectant wipes, paper towels, multi-purpose spray cleaner and hand soap||11/10 – 12/10|
|Chestnut Hill and Mount Airy Financial Centers||Salvation Army||New, unwrapped toys||11/5 – 12/10|
|Collegeville Financial Center||Daily Bread Pantry||• Personal care items: toothpaste, paper towels, laundry soap, etc.
• Essentials: canned meats, canned vegetables, soups, beans
|11/12 – 12/20|
|East Greenville Financial Center||The Open Link||Angel Tree||11/10 – 12/10|
|Fairmount Financial Center||AIDS Fund||New, unwrapped toys||11/18 – 12/16|
|Franconia and Lansdale Area Financial Centers||Penn Foundation||Giving Tree||11/21- 12/14|
|Georgetown Financial Center||Solanco Food Bank||• Non-perishable food items: stuffing mix, canned vegetables, applesauce, sugar, soup||11/18 – 12/11|
|Hilltown and Souderton Financial Centers||Keystone Opportunity Center||• Gift cards: Visa, Mastercard or Walmart
• Household items: New twin and queen bed in a bag, new bagless vacuum cleaner, new pots and pan sets
|11/1 – 11/29|
|Lahaska, Newtown and Richboro Financial Centers||Bethanna Southampton PA||Angel Tree||11/4 – 12/6|
|Milford Financial Center||Quakertown Food Pantry||Non-perishable food items: canned fruit and vegetables, pasta, rice, hot or cold cereal, soup, canned meat, etc.||11/19- 12/14|
|Northeast Philadelphia, Ocean City, South Philadelphia and University City Financial Centers||Covenant House||• Gift cards: VISA, Target, Walmart, local grocery stores• Games such as playing cards or UNO• Personal care items: Nylon laundry bags, backpacks, duffle bags, body wash, lotion• New clothing items: plain t-shirts, dress shirts, hoodies, sweatpants, winter boots, winter coats||11/19 – 12/14|
|Perkasie Financial Center||Pennridge FISH||• Gift Cards to: Walmart, Target, Amazon• Unwrapped new toys and wrapping material• Mittens, gloves, scarves, hats||11/10 – 12/10|
|Schwenksville, Skippack and Vernfield Financial Centers||Firely Foundation||Angel Tree||11/19 – 12/14|
|Strasburg and Willow Street Financial Centers||Water Street Mission||• Non-perishable food items• Personal care items and every day essentials||11/19 – 12/14|
|West Chester Financial Center||West Chester Senior Center||Winter weather essentials||11/18-1/3|
About Univest Financial Corporation
Univest Financial Corporation (UVSP), including its wholly-owned subsidiary Univest Bank and Trust Co., Member FDIC, has approximately $5.4 billion in assets and $3.6 billion in assets under management and supervision through its wealth management lines of business as of September 30, 2019. Headquartered in Souderton, Pa. and founded in 1876, the Corporation and its subsidiaries provide a full-range of financial solutions for individuals, businesses, municipalities and nonprofit organizations primarily in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Univest delivers these services through a network of more than 50 offices in southeastern Pennsylvania extending to the Lehigh Valley and Lancaster, as well as in New Jersey and Maryland and online at www.univest.net.