2016 Pledge Drive

The results are in. Click HERE to see who “met the challenge and doubled the match!”

2016 Fox & Roach Charities Pledge Drive

A message from Charities' President, Kassie Erb

DSC_7874During a recent site visit to witness our educational technology upgrades in use, I was privileged to be surrounded by the children who were thrilled with the new computers, software, and iPads acquired with our grant. It was wonderful to see how proud they were to have access to the same technology as children in other centers and schools.


As the children were showing the gathered executives, dignitaries, and staff how to use the computers and what they were learning, one little girl reached out and took my hand. I asked if there was anything I could help her with and she said, “No, I just can’t believe someone would do this for me. I am so lucky to have what all the other kids have. This has helped me enjoy learning and coming to the after-school program.” She held my hand (tight) throughout the preview of the new systems and during a group photo. Afterwards, I knelt down and told her “thank you for everything” and with tears in her eyes she gave me a big hug and said “thank you!”


This is why I give…this is what I get to see when I visit those that are helped by your contributions to Fox & Roach Charities and by your volunteer work. These are real charities, people, kids, and communities to whom we are lending a helping hand and for whom we are addressing real needs.


It doesn’t take a lot, but it does make a world of difference. Thank you sales associates, employees and board members who contribute. Thank you to Fox & Roach, REALTORS® and The Trident Group for matching at 25% and covering 100% of all administrative costs. Every dollar goes back to those in need and that, to me, is priceless.


Meet the Pledge Challenge. Double the Match!


Help us reach our goal of 75% participation in Fox & Charities in 2016. If we reach 75% participation, BHHS Fox & Roach/Trident will double the company match to 50% in 2017!


Use the forms below to sign up and join our legacy of giving.


We are currently at 53% participation, so even a small pledge will make a big difference. Thank you!

A big thank you these these offices & departments that are at 100% participation!

  • Bear
  • Branch Managers
  • Bryn Mawr
  • Executive
  • Harleysville HMC
  • Haverford HMC
  • Information Systems
  • Jenkintown HMC
  • Mount Laurel HMC

  • New Homes – Bucks County
  • New Hope
  • Princeton HMC
  • Princeton Junction
  • Risk Management
  • Rosemont
  • Stone Harbor
  • Trident Land Transfer – New Jersey

Congratulations to our 100% offices and departments who can proudly display their participation with this email signature!

And congratulation & big thank you the newest members of the 100% participation club as of 2016!

  • Accounting

  • Devon

  • Human Resources

  • Marketing

  • Northfield

CHA2836-TYCardPhoto-2016-RlsCvr-TWThank You Card Program

For sales associates who elect to contribute on a per commission basis, a thank you card is sent to all buyer side transactions.(Sales associates who elect to contribute a lump sum will have a thank you card sent to their buyers in the month that the contribution is deducted from the commission.) A local non-profit, Baker Industries, hand addresses, seals, and mails each card personally.


For donations from seller side transactions, thank you cards are available to be sent out by the sales associate or office administrator since we do not typically have the sellers new address. Contact Fox & Roach Charities for Thank You Cards.

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When you pledge to Fox & Roach Charities, you join others in our company helping people like these and others from more than 250 local charities.

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Good Counsel: Niketa’s Story


My name is Niketa and I am a 23 year old with a 1 1/2 year old daughter. When I learned I was pregnant, I was not sure how to tell my family – so I did not. I hid my pregnancy until I was 7 months pregnant, and when my family found out, they wanted me out of the house immediately.

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Camp New Hope, Delaware Hospice: Linda’s Story


Delaware Hospice supports Camp New Hope, a bereavement program for children. Volunteer Linda’s most memorable Camp New Hope experience came quite unexpectedly. One afternoon, the girls had just finished painting t-shirts when they were called away for the face painting activity. Linda was gathering the paint brushes that had been left behind to be washed.

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First Step Program, The ARC of Chester County: Max’s Story


When Max began with The Arc’s First Step Classroom Program he was challenged with significant behaviors that impeded his learning. He had difficulty expressing his wants and needs, transitioning to and from activities, resisted adult directed activities, and had limited social interaction with his peers. He required behavioral support, visual strategies, coping strategies, and assistive technology, as well as therapies to refine his gross and fine motor skills.


Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund: Peggy’s Story


Peggy Dolan and her late husband Joe founded the KADMF in 1976, on the day after their 6-year-old daughter Kelly died of leukemia. Kelly was in and out of the hospital for five years. “I always say that when Kelly was hospitalized, I was hospitalized too. The hospital became a second home to us and the other patients and their families became friends.”


Laurel House: “Anonymous’s” Story


When my son and I arrived at Laurel House’s shelter, I was scared and worried about what would happen to us. I had no money, job, or car. I felt weak, broken, and helpless. The staff at Laurel House assured me that everything would be alright and they would help me and my son get back on our feet.

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CASA of Atlantic and Cape May Counties: Jake’s Story


Jake was a nine year old living in Ocean City with his mother. His father hadn’t been around since he was a baby. Jake didn’t even really remember him. His mother had struggled with substance abuse his whole life, often leaving Jake alone at night to wander Ocean City or play basketball in front of his home. The neighbors, worried about a young boy alone at night, would call the police and ultimately family services became involved.