2018 – Commitment to Community Entries2018-08-01T13:26:16+00:00
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In appreciation to our loyal customers and to demonstrate our commitment to charitable and community-based projects, Dallas Data Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce our second annual “Commitment to Community” contest.

THE CONTEST IS SIMPLE

Enroll you charity or community project and encourage people in your community to vote. There will be $5,000 in prize money awarded to the top three (3) vote getters.

1st Place:

$2,500

2nd Place:

$1,500

3rd Place:

$1,000

Entries: Must be charitable organizations or projects that help to improve and serve your community at large.

Examples are: Park Improvements, Recreation Programs, Annual Community Events, Holiday Celebrations, Movies/Concerts in the Park, Youth and Adult Educational Programs, etc.

*Participation in the contest is reserved for existing customers of Dallas Data Systems, Inc. in good standing.  Dallas Data Systems, Inc. reserves the right to refuse entries for any reason.

COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY 2018 IS UNDER WAY!

Total votes for the Contest "Commitment to Community 2018 – sponsored by Dallas Data Systems" : 24367

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In 1969, Amity Township held it’s 250th Anniversary celebration. It was a huge event. In 2019, Amity Township turns 300 years old! The Township will have 4 major community events spread out throughout 2019. These events will be open to everyone to help celebrate the big milestone!

Organization Contact: Troy S. Bingaman, Twp. Manager
5593 Votes

Play is a critical part of physical, emotional, mental and social development for every child. Especially for children with disabilities, play is therapy – both physical and emotional. Inclusive playgrounds foster friendships because they offer more variety in the types of activities and materials, allowing more opportunities to interact with each other in creative, fun ways....

Organization Contact: Katie Detwiler
www.phoenixville.org
3050 Votes

KIDS Camp is a summer recreational program for children ages 7-12 yeas of age, and runs from June to August. K.I.D.S. Camp has been providing fun filled summers to local children since 1972. When the program started it hosted a mere 20 children a day. In 2017, over 200 children participated throughout the course of the program....

Organization Contact: Julie Bender
http://www.quakertown.org/kidscamp
5251 Votes

The Borough will be placing Heritage Marker Signs at various historical locations throughout the Borough. These signs will highlight the rich history of Birdsboro so residents and visitors can learn about historical buildings in Birdsboro. Including Bird Mansion:

William Bird, c 1706-1761
In 1751, William Bird, pioneer ironmaster, built the stone mansion which now houses the Birdsboro Community Memorial Center....

Organization Contact: Aaron Durso
www.birdsboropa.org
3143 Votes

The York Township Recreation Department is dedicated to developing programs and facilities that will encourage healthy leisure lifestyles, strong family bonds, community pride and personal fulfillment for York Township citizens and the surrounding community. On Saturday, October 13, 2018, York Township will be holding its annual Touch-A-Truck and Fall Fun Fest....

Organization Contact: Aaron Durso
www.birdsboropa.org
4981 Votes

Schuylkill Valley Little League strives to build player self-esteem and confidence by practicing on-field fundamentals while having fun playing games in a competitive environment.

A key instructional aide is our batting cage which allows players to improve their batting technique with one on one instruction. We would greatly appreciate your vote in hopes of winning the prize money so that the league can replace the existing batting cage.

Organization Contact: Aaron Durso
www.birdsboropa.org
739 Votes

Manheim Township Public Library is a bustling community hub where families gather to learn, explore, and play. There is a concrete and brick patio adjacent to the children’s room that is currently empty and underutilized. The Library hopes to turn this patio into a “loose parts” play area. Loose parts refer to found materials that children can use in open-ended play and learning....

Organization Contact: Joyce Sands
www.mtpl.info
1610 Votes

This contest is made possible, in part, by the generosity of our business partners

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