Thursday, May 10, 2012

York Mother's Day Food Bell Socialization

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Every year Big Fat Daddy's gets our friends and family together to donate our time and hard work to raising money for Bell Socialization Services of York, PA.  at the Old York Street Fair which is held in the center of York City, Pennsylvania on Mother's Day from 10-5! Bring your mom and visit our stands which are located in the Market Street Square!   Every purchase you make at our stands helps support Bell Socialization Services, Inc which is home to Bell Family Shelter.

If you are not familiar with them, they EMPOWER people to obtain the support and guidance they need to make positive changes in their life.

Case in point, we have a friend who left her abusive husband, with their two kids, and only the clothes on their backs.  No job, no money, no nothing, but she left in fear for their lives.  Bell opened their doors of the shelter and helped them have a place to stay for awhile with clothing, food, and shelter.  That same person is now in her own apartment, having custody of her two kids, and working as a Chef. To this day, she receives no monetary support from her ex.   We give her a lot of credit for taking the steps to leave, but wonder how many people don't have a place to go to?

This is why it's so important to keep places like Bell funded with contributions and why they are on our list of top charities.   Bell really does a lot for people who may be having a rough time, need some guidance or some shelter to get back on their feet.  We can't tell you how many people they have helped over the years. 

Please come visit us in the Square of York and George Streets and eat at any BFD stand as all helps Bell.   Try our Texas Beef, fresh squeezed lemonade, smoothies, funnel cakes, deep fried Oreos, healthier choice Gyros or Sausage.  It's all good and rest assured knowing your purchase goes to a good cause.

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