Harrisburg – As part of Senator Mensch’s commitment to make state services readily accessible to his constituents, he offers an extensive outreach program, which includes regularly scheduled visits by staff members to assist constituents in their hometowns throughout the 24th Senatorial District. On October 9th, Heidi Phillips, a representative from Bucks County United Way will join one of Senator Mensch’s staff members during their scheduled outreach visit at Durham Township Municipal building from 10a.m. to 12 p.m. The Durham Township municipal building is located at 215 Old Furnace Road, Durham, 18039.
Heidi Phillips is the Corporate and Community Development Officer for United Way of Bucks County. She is dedicated to improving the lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities, mainly in Central and Upper Bucks. All of United Way of Bucks Counties work is done in collaboration with diverse partners. Depending on the issue and how the community chooses to address it, United Way of Bucks County works with schools, government agencies, businesses, organized labor, financial institutions, community development corporations, voluntary and neighborhood associations, the faith community, and others. What holds United Way together is the brand: a common belief in our approach to solving community problems and our commitment to accountability and transparency.
For more information on Senator Mensch’s outreach office hours and locations, please visit www.senatormensch.com/outreach-office-hours/. Information about pending legislation, state laws, agencies and programs are also available at Senator Mensch’s website: http://www.senatormensch.com/. The website also provides special sections of interest to senior citizens, veterans and kids and links to other governmental and civic organizations. Constituents can also receive state related information by following Senator Mensch on Twitter @SenatorMensch or on Facebook.