How can YOU show you CARE (National Coalition for the Homeless)
C ontribute (what can you give? time? service? items? money?)
A dvocate (vote for those who combat root causes of homelessness)
R each-out (contact local charities that combat homelessness)
E ducate (at work, home, friends, family & acquaintances)
By CAREing, we can reclaim our communities and make homelessness morally unacceptable where we live, work and worship.
“Cheryl Schrier is an absolute dynamo. Her positive attitude and outgoing personality attracts people to her like a magnet. It is outstanding to see such an accomplished woman in business inspire others to merge personal passion with business platforms that can create social change and awareness. Everyone that meets Cheryl is absolutely impressed by her accomplishments both personally and professionally, and most are blown away when they meet this poised and polished woman only to find out she is hugely successful in an industry that is dominated by males. Cheryl’s ability to engage others and her powerful passion will assure her success in working through Chambers of Commerce and various business communities. Her platform is focused on homelessness but the larger lesson on how to grow your business, increase visibility and create positive PR for your business while positively impacting human service issues and social change is unlike anything I have ever seen.”
Dan Bates, President
Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce
Four years ago, I selected the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter as the charity of choice for my small contracting business. Engaging my employees, customers and vendors, I witnessed the remarkable impact that one small business could make in combating homelessness in a shared community.
I'll follow my passion to Combat Homelessness by educating fellow business owners, and I will persuade them to follow my lead and adopt a charity in their local community that combats homelessness and it's many root causes.
As a Board member of the Bucks County Opportunity Council, I work to serve the 30,000+ impoverished individuals in Bucks county and help to return them to self sufficiency. Our Bridges Out of Poverty Program and self sufficiency work is the cornerstone of our 501c3 organization.