Heart That I Call Home was composed by local singer/songwriter Tim McGlone for Volunteers of America Delaware Valley. His inspiration for the song was the people we have the privilege of serving; those most in need in our area. It was premiered live at the Red Carpet Gala on February 22nd 2015.
Red Carpet Gala 2016
Join us for an evening of glamour as Volunteers of America Delaware Valley host our annual Red Carpet Gala on February 28th, 2016.
Helping America's Most Vulnerable
Giving hope to the under-served
Serving Our Veterans
Fighting For Those Who Fought For Us
Volunteers of America Delaware Valley provides community-based assistance to populations in need so that they can lead self-fulfilled, independent lives.
News and Events
ASK campaign was a success
We want to thank everyone that donated to our ASK campaign, started by former homeless veteran Fred Silhol. We raised roughly $4,000, which is equivalent to 80 apartment starter kits. Your donations helped homeless families moving from a shelter to permanent housing obtain basic necessities that they otherwise could not afford. The official ASK campaign ran from July 1 2015—November 1 2015, however we are always accepting donations.
2015 Give Hope Golf Tournament
VOADV annual golf tournament was an immense success. Because of your generous contributions, we raised close to $100,000 for homeless and struggling veterans. Hosted at Trump National Golf Club, over 100 golfers took to the course to support our mission. We want to thank all of our donors for your . Your donations will change the life of a man or woman who served our country and is looking for a place to call home. By being a part of this tournament you gave hope to those who gave hope to us. Special thanks to presenting sponsor Holman Automotive, 95.7 Ben FM and our other charitable sponsors who contributed to making this a remarkable event.
people helped annually
dollars raised for our veterans services
families adopted through our Adopt a Family campaign
percent of those served in our family shelters were placed in permanent housing
programs designed to help those struggling with homelessness, intellectual disabilities and addiction