Celebrate with us on May 6th!

Transforming Lives...
Impacting Community

Join us as we celebrate the past and look toward the future. 

Guests will enjoy refreshments, an art show by Vita clients expressing the theme of transformation in their lives, an engaging presentation on the impact of Vita’s programs and services, and a silent auction featuring works by local artists.

All proceeds support Vita’s ability to continue this vital work throughout Bucks County.


May 6, 2022 • 7:30 – 10:00pm

Tickets are $35/person

Life Sciences Building
Delaware Valley University

Vita Education Service’s 50th Anniversary Celebration will follow Delaware Valley University’s Covid-19 policies in place at the time of our event.

Purchase Tickets:

A guest list will be at the Welcome Table on May 6th.

Pay at the Door:
Payment can be by cash, check, or credit card.

For help with your ticket purchase, please call us at 215-345-8322 or email us at info@vitaeducation.org

Vita Education Services, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The official registration and financial information may be obtained from the PA Department of State. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, donations to the agency are tax deductible as allowable by law.

Hear the impact...

Hear the impact of Vita’s programs directly from clients and volunteers

View artwork...

View artwork by Vita clients in our Family Literacy and Bucks County Corrections programs

Bid on a variety...

Bid on a variety of artwork created by local artists reflecting the theme of transformation

Listen to Music...

Enjoy musical entertainment from local musicians

Savor delicious...

Savor delicious appetizers, wine/beer/specialty cocktails, dessert, and coffee

50th Anniversary Mission Appeal

Vita Education Services provides quality educational programs that help individuals gain skills that enhance their ability to deal with real-life situations, meet personal goals and become more self-determining and self-sufficient.


$100 can provide a home library for a family learning English or resource materials for Vita teachers.

$250 can provide art supplies for a Family Literacy class or help students with transportation expenses to attend in-person classes. 

$500 can provide an educational field trip for 30 Family Literacy families or underwriting
for High School Equivalency Scholarships to cover test fees.

$1,000 can support learning materials for one High School Equivalency class or
the development of student outreach and recruitment tools.

$2,500 can support training for Vita staff and volunteers or updates to the Decisions for Teens™ workbooks and facilitator manual.

$5,000 can support the establishment of a computer learning lab to better serve
Vita’s students or the initial creation and testing of Decisions e-learning tools.

Vita teachers, facilitators, and valued volunteers help clients harness the transformative power of education through programs including:

There is no charge to our clients for these programs.

Special Thanks to our Generous Sponsors*

Presenting Sponsor

Transformation Leader

Empowerment Partners

■ A Friend of Vita 
Carter van Dyke Associates
■ Ellen and Andy Happ
Parx Casino

Education Angels

■ Jay and Barbara Belding
■ Christina Blanco and Margaret Blanco
■ Dynasty Advisors LLC
Fred Beans Automotive Group
■ Shelby and Alan Gaudio 
Keystone First

Keystone Volvo
Peddler’s Village
Semanoff Ormsby Greenberg & Torchia LLC
■ Beth L. Snyder, DMD
■ Tom Thomas and Tina Pappajohn 
■ John and Angela Walko

Honorary Committee*

■ Pam Byers, Chairperson
■ Dr. Elizabeth Arrison
■ Nancy Barthold
■ William G. Bentrim

■ Terry Clemons, Esq.
■ Thomas Conocenti
■ Loretta Corcoran
■ Leo F. Craig, Jr.
■ Olaf de Hoogh
■ Grace M. Deon, Esq. 

■ Karen Doman
■ William D. Ford
■ Paul Gandolfo
■ Christina Greenwood
■ Michael Harrison
■ Richard Pratt, Esq.

■ Allen H. Schwartz, Esq.
■ Rev. Pauline Sexton
■ Carter van Dyke
■ Sarah Wess, Esq.
■ Daniel Zelikovich

*as of April 5, 2022

Transforming Lives...
Impacting Communities

Since 1971, Vita has impacted the lives of more than 65,000 underserved Bucks County adults and youth by helping them gain skills that enhance their ability to deal with real-life situations, meet personal goals, and become more self-determining and self-sufficient.