Want to win 2 tickets to the Steelers vs. Chiefs game this Sunday night at Heinz Field? For every dollar you donate to the Bollinger Park Revitalization project, you will get a chance to win (minimum donation $5). For example, if you donate $10 and get 10 chances to win!
PLEASE CLICK HERE for the Gofundme account to make a donation that will be matched up to $5000.
In January of 2016, Attorney Dallas W. Hartman approached Westminster College with a large donation and the idea of starting a mentoring program to support New Castle High School Students. Last evening, a dinner was held at Westminster College to kick off the program with the New Castle students and their parents.
We are proud to partner with the Union Township Police Department to raise funds for the addition of a dual purpose canine to the department. The initial cost of the program exceeds $50,000. We have agreed to match all donations up to a total of $2,500 in order to help the department add the canine officer. The police department proudly serves the residents of Union Township. The addition of a canine would enhance public safety during missing person's investigations, narcotics detection, fugitive apprehension and crowd control. Canine officers can also aid in the relationship between police and youth in the community. The canine will take part in community functions and local school activities. In addition to the many community benefits, a canine can increase officer safety by providing a timely response during criminal apprehension, high risk areas and structure searches.
Please click here to make a donation today.
We are very excited to be the presenting sponsor for this the 2016 New Castle Relay for Life at Shenango High School on Saturday. To celebrate our partnership, we are having our first #DallasHelps photo contest. Participants can submit a photo from the Relay For Life labeled #DallasHelps or from a past Relay For Life labeled with #DallasHelps for a chance to win one of two $100 AmEx gift cards. Visit www.dallashelps.com to participate.
Among many other things-such as being a father, husband, and dedicated attorney-Dallas Hartman is also a philanthropist. Attorney Dallas Hartman has set up three different scholarships-one for him and his wife: the Dallas and Kristina Hartman Trustee Scholarship, one for his firm: the Dallas W. Hartman P.C. Attorneys at Law Trustee Scholarship, and one on behalf of himself: the Dallas W. Hartman P.C. Trustee Scholarship.
This holiday season, Dallas is giving back to the community by helping local pet owners receive free pet food for their animals. In conjunction with Promises for Pets, Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. is sponsoring an event on Saturday, December 20, 2014 at the law office of Susan Papa at 439 Court Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania. At this event, free pet food will be handed out to local pet owners between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
This past Saturday, through their Dallas Helps program, Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. employees gave back to the community by participating in Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, Christian organization that builds and repairs houses all over the world for families in need by utilizing donations and volunteer work.
For the tenth year in a row, the Dallas Helps program at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. will be donating personalized bottles of water to local high schools. In total, Dallas will be donating more than 38,000 water bottles. Each school will receive 3456 bottles of water. Dallas believes that the participating schools can average more than a $5000 cost-free profit from water bottle sales.
Through the Dallas Helps program, Dallas Hartman, his family, and his associates once again took part in this season's "Caring for Our Community" campaign to help keep kids in the Valley safe. In addition to Dallas Hartman, P.C., other members of the community, along with Huntington Bank, Dunkin' Donuts, and Window World all turned out to help and show support for this great cause.