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Univest Financial Presents The Community Music School With $2,500

Univest Financial recently presented the Community Music School with a check for $2,500 earned through the Lehigh Valley IronPigs “Double Plays Pay” sponsorship. Each time the IronPigs made a double play, Univest provided a $25 donation to the Community Music School. The Community Music School is a non-profit charitable organization providing the inspiration and opportunity for anyone to achieve excellence in music education.

Univest has participated in the IronPigs “Double Plays Pay” sponsorship since 2009 helping a different nonprofit each year including Meals on Wheels of Lehigh County, Lehigh Valley Zoo, Boys & Girls Club of Allentown, Big Brothers Big…

Celebrating 20 Years as Philadelphia’s Garden District

Chestnut Hill is nestled along the 1,800 acres of Wissahickon Valley Park, part of Philadelphia’s 9,200-acre Fairmount Park system – providing locals and visitors alike with access to expansive trails for hiking and biking, horseback riding, and other recreational activities. Located just outside of Center City Philadelphia, the urban village stands as a bridge between suburban life and urban living. In 1997, Chestnut Hill was designated “Philadelphia’s Garden District” in recognition of their excellence in urban planning, green space, and horticultural assets.

Named “one of the top seven urban enclaves in the country” by, Chestnut Hill is one of…

Pennridge High School Awarded $2,500

Congratulations to Pennridge High School! The school is the winner of Univest’s Caring for Education $2,500 Giveaway. For this contest Univest asked the schools located in our service area to submit videos explaining which area of the school could use a $2,500 donation. Pennridge seniors Martin Kolb and Allie Walsh submitted the video below highlighting the school’s Life Skills class. They said they reviewed all of the areas within the school that could be nominated and decided that the Life Skills class deserved it the most because they are always doing things for others.