Nerthling's Heating and Air Conditioning cares about the community in which we serve. We wish to support organizations, events, and projects, as funds are available, that benefit our community and the people that live within it.
This holiday season, we are calling on our customers to vote for an organization that is important to them. You may vote once every 24 hours. The organization with the most votes at the end of the active voting period will receive $1,000 from Nerthlings. Second place will receive $500, and third will receive $250.
Please submit your votes by December 15. We will announce the winners on December 20. Thank you for participating!
The ANNA Shelter
The Association for Needy and Neglected Animals is a non-profit, no kill, open admission animal welfare organization founded by Ruth Thompson in 2004.
It is our goal to provide unwanted, stray, abused, or neglected animals with a safe nurturing loving environment where they can be either reunited with their owners or placed into new lifelong loving homes.
We are committed to providing these animals the proper care and attention they need to thrive in our facility and try to accommodate their individual needs.
Ultimately we will work daily to provide as many adoptable animals the opportunity to find new homes regardless of space or time restrictions.
Giving each animal a chance - saving one animal at a time.
Second Harvest is a member of Feeding America, a network of food banks and food distribution programs in the United States. This membership allows Second Harvest to cooperate with other member food banks, to receive food from national corporate food donors, and to benefit from national publicity and mutual support.
About Feeding America Feeding America’s mission is to feed America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage the country in the fight to end hunger.
Our Vision A hunger-free community.
Our Mission The mission of the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania is to provide food to those in need within eleven counties of northwest Pennsylvania while creating awareness and educating the community on the realities of hunger.
Erie City Mission
Since the Mission opened its doors in 1911, it has given hope, recovery and an opportunity to thousands of our community's most vulnerable men, women and families. To effectively meet both the immediate and long-term challenges of those we serve, the Erie City Mission has five core programs that focus on both intervention and prevention needs. Our intervention programs include an emergency men's shelter, long-term addictions recovery for men and women, and hunger relief through free meals. Our prevention program, Urban University, offers educational, leadership and career exploratory opportunities to inner-city youth.