Who We Support...

     It was clear to Drew’s family and friends that the 4UDREW Foundation should support the charities that Drew was involved in during his high school and college years: the Face to Face and Mother of Sorrow soup kitchens. Our goal is to raise funds for these charities knowing that we will have a direct impact on less fortunate individuals. The 4UDREW Foundation board members and volunteers donate their time to the soup kitchens and it has been a truly rewarding experience! In addition, the 4UDREW Foundation is proud to support Bucks County Housing Group, PennDOT’s Adopt A Highway program, and an educational scholarship program to a graduating student of La Salle College High School. Please see below for more information.

 

Face To Face, Inc.

109 East Price Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144

     Face to Face is a not-for-profit 501( c ) (3) human services organization dedicated to the health, well-being, and stability of our community. Face to Face meets basic human needs and reduces suffering. With Hospitality, we provide a safe environment and practical tools, which enable the people of our community to confront personal challenges, empower their lives and fulfill their unique potential.

    For more information on Face to Face; please visit www.facetofacegermantown.org

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Mother of Sorrow

1030 N. 48th Street, Philadelpia, PA 19133

     The Our Mother of Sorrows Soup Kitchen is always in need of volunteers. Meals are served on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays at 11AM. Donations of food, money, and other items are also welcome. Special donations needed for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

    Please contact Sr. Nancy Roache, SSJ at (215)-878-0875 to find out how to get involved.

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Bucks County Housing Group

     The 4UDREW Foundation was fortunate, through the generous donations made by sponsors and individuals, to add the Bucks County Housing Group Inc. to our list of charities in 2013. Bucks County Housing Group (BCHG) is a private, non-profit social service organization that provides a wide range of housing and related social services to homeless and low-income families. Their primary goal is to assist families attain permanent housing and financial security. The Bucks County Housing Group operates three community food pantries located in Penndel, Doylestown and Milford Square. The BCHG will be at the 4UDREW Car Sow & Festival in August to collect non-perishable food items for the pantries. In addition, they are setting up the 4UDREW Internship program in which a youth applicant will be selected each year to gain a community service opportunity and stipend. More information on this internship process will be available in the near future on BCHG’s website. www.bchg.org.

    This year's internship award recipient is Jared Junkin

 

Education...

     Drew received a wonderful high school education from La Salle College High School. La Salle’s motto is “Enter to Learn – Leave to Serve” and Drew was an example of this motto. Each year the faculty of La Salle chooses a graduating student who has exhibited this type of performance to receive a scholarship from the 4UDREW Foundation:

2015
2016

Senior recipient was Santino Pelusi - a strong student, a wrestler and active in community service at La Salle.

Senior Recipient is Christopher Czyzewski- more information to come.
Junior recipient was Mark Bernstiel, Jr. - a friendly, active, engaged and enthusiastic member of the rising senior class. Junior Recepient is Noah Walker - more information to come.

 

 

Adopt a Highway

     In 2013, the 4UDREW Foundation added the Adopt-A-Highway program to their volunteer circuit. The two-year commitment is to clean up of a two-mile stretch roadway in Doylestown on State Street. Look for the blue Adopt-a-Highway "4UDREW Foundation" sign near Doylestown Hospital. If you are interested in helping us out for our annual April or October clean up; please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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