BCT demonstrated its commitment to the local community by sponsoring a table at the annual Quakertown Cars for a Cause event. This year’s charitable beneficiary was the Haven House, and the event took place on Sunday, September 17, from 9 am to 2 pm in downtown Quakertown, PA. Since 1957, Haven House has provided mental health services to residents throughout the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania.
BCT’s participation at the Quakertown Cars for a Cause event was a testament to its dedication to making a positive impact beyond providing transportation services. The event brought together car enthusiasts, community members, and businesses to support a noble cause, raising funds and awareness for a special cause.
Representing BCT at the event were two of its dedicated employees, Ellen Melson, Reservations Manager, and Audra Chantelau, North Terminal Manager. They manned a beautifully adorned booth that not only showcased the company’s paratransit services but also provided valuable employment information for those seeking opportunities with BCT.
“Our goal was not only to demonstrate our support for the cause but also to connect with our local community,” said Ellen Melson. “We are proud to be part of Bucks County and wanted to share information about our services, which play an essential role in the daily lives of many residents.”
BCT’s CEO Jim Raymond emphasizing the importance of community engagement: “Participating in events like Cars for a Cause allows us to build relationships, hear feedback, and understand the needs of our passengers better. It’s an integral part of our mission to serve our community with excellence.”
The BCT booth was a hub of activity throughout the event. The warm and welcoming atmosphere created by BCT’s representatives left a lasting impression on attendees. Bucks County Transport continues to be a driving force for good in the community, not only ensuring reliable paratransit services but also actively participating in events that support local charities. The company’s commitment to its passengers and the community it serves remains unwavering.