Our cause. Our actions. Our impact.
PUSH BC Corporation (d.b.a. PUSH Beaver County) is a non-profit organization that organizes and manages philanthropic and community events to enrich the lives of those who live, work or play in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s County of Beaver.
PUSH Beaver County is exempt from the federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). Donors can deduct contributions they make under IRC Section 170. PUSH Beaver County is qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gift under Section 2055, 2106, or 2522.
The organization is focused on a better Beaver County through charitable work, offering free community events, community service, and other volunteer opportunities. PUSH Beaver County is interested in a county that is moving towards positive social change and bringing Beaver County together.
PUSH Beaver County is an engine for charitable reinvestment into Beaver County’s future. Our pledge is to invest our resources into programs that deliver value to our fellow residents exclusively. To support higher learning, PUSH Beaver County has established an academic scholarship program. A senior from each private, public and cyber school district within Beaver County is eligible to receive this academic scholarship. Also, PUSH Beaver County donates to miscellaneous local charities and causes that benefit residents of Beaver County directly.
Originally created to celebrate Independence Day, PUSH Beaver County founded and created Beaver County BOOM!, a fireworks festival to attract people to visit our river communities. Also, a significant portion of the revenue received will be earmarked for local charities tied to this free event.
Also, PUSH Beaver County created a Community Development committee to assist individuals and/or groups with projects in their communities.
To promote health, PUSH Beaver County founded and created the Path to Wellness committee.
A by-product of PUSH Beaver County’s philanthropic, community, and wellness events is networking and socialization, which encourages Beaver County residents to remain active in our community.