Making a Difference in the Community

Donating & Volunteering

Often, this time of the year we reflect and wonder how we can do more for others. We may find ourselves asking these questions. Who and how will I help? Will the decision be based upon a passion, a commitment or something that has inspired us. Choosing to be a volunteer or donating to a cause is as important as it is necessary. 

Over the last several months we featured a few posts about several organizations that have inspired us. It seemed to be the perfect time of the year to revisit them.  

Hopefully, you’ll be inspired like us and choose to volunteer or donate to a cause. The gesture to do so, no matter how big or how small, will make a difference it may even change a life.

Toys for Tots

Happily, we are a collection site for Marine Corps Toys for Tots. You can drop off new, unwrapped toys now thru December 21. We are located at 968 Postal Road, Suite 100, Allentown, PA 18109

This is a team collaboration to find out more visit You can also learn more about Marine Corps Toys for Tots and read about how they have helped succeed in both their mission and goal over the years.

Because of a Dog

SteelHouse Abstract, Inc respectfully supports this wonderful and local non-profit, charitable organization Because of a Dog. 

They are not limited to dogs. BOAD will help any animal as they assist local, state, federal agencies and municipalities with emergency vet costs, food, supplies and tools for strays.

Find out how you can show your love and support by learning more and help us spread the word by sharing Because of A Dog with your friends and family.

Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley

You can make a difference in the community by
volunteering: contact Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley and see how you can help.

The Volunteer Center has beenserving the Lehigh Valley and surrounding communities for over 30 years. They focus on volunteer coordinating for individuals, teams and businesses. They provide extensive training programs that include board service, volunteer coordination training and nonprofit skill building. 

Tails of Valor

Have you heard of this wonderful organization Tails of Valor Paws of Honor Program, Inc. ? This inspirational collaboration is where rescue dogs become service dogs to help fellow Veterans.

All of the dogs are named in honor of a fallen soldier, they are rescued and trained with Volunteers, Veterans and Trainers. “This program is designed to help two lives, (rescued dog – Veteran)”

Help spread the word by sharing the link or learn more by logging on and reading the full story full of heart and inspiration. Recently featured in the local magazine Lehigh Valley Marketplace 

Volunteerism: The Higher Calling

It is our pleasure to know and work with many great people like Jason Breidinger This wonderful article he wrote on volunteerism conveys spirit and heart. We hope you enjoy it as we did and share it with someone you know.