Twilight Wish Foundation was recently chosen by the Bucks County Water & Sewer Authority (BCWSA) to be one of two beneficiaries of their annual golf fundraiser. Dennis Cowley, chairman of the board of the BCWSA presented a check for $18,000 to Mary Farrell, Director of Community Relations at Twilight Wish Foundation.
“We are so grateful to have been chosen by the BCWSA this year,” said Farrell. “Thanks to their generosity, we will be able to make a difference in the lives of many deserving seniors.”
The Christopher Mensch Foundation was the other local charity chosen as a beneficiary this year. Both charities received $18,000.
BCWSA is an independent, non-profit agency formed in 1962 under the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Act. BCWSA is one of the largest water and sewer authorities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and provide water and sewer services to more than 78,000 household and business accounts and some 385,000 people in the southeastern Pennsylvania. BCWSA operating income comes directly from the service revenues it receives from its water and sewer services.
Photo caption: From left: Patricia Mensch of the Christopher Mensch Foundation; Mary Farrell, of Twilight Wish Foundation; Dennis Cowley, Chairman of the Board, BCWSA; Mike Gallagher, Treasurer, BCWSA; and Stacey Mulholland, Secretary, BCWSA.