Movies on Tap Has Won 2 Awards in Past Year!

Premier Wine & Spirits launched a monthly interactive beer tasting series in partnership with Penn Cinema on the Wilmington Riverfront and Out & About Magazine around a year ago and the reception of Movies on Tap by the community couldn’t be more encouraging!

“Movies on Tap” features ‘meet-and-greet tasting’ opportunities with some of the area’s most beloved breweries and their brewers while providing a rare opportunity to view cult-classic films on the big screen and all for a good cause – 99% of ticket sales go to Charity of the brewer’s choice.
This unique philanthropic endeavor has not gone unnoticed, as Movies on Tap was awarded 1st Place for Public Service by The Delaware Press Association in its annual 2017 DPA Communications Contest and was a 2017 Blue Ribbon Award Winner (Judge’s Choice) for Community Involvement award presented by DSBC(Delaware Small Business Chamber). So far, Movies on Tap has raised $22,000 for local non-profits.

Pictured left to right: Ryan Kennedy – Harvey, Hanna & Associates / Movies on Tap Event Director, Mack Wathen (Food Bank of Delaware- Board Member),

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DE KIDS 5K Race 2016

Delaware KIDS Fund 5K Runs a Great Success!

Delaware KIDS Fund 5K had 234 runners and walkers of all ages participate in the Newport race that took place Saturday, August 6th. The race organizers added a second event for beach-goers this year: the inaugural Que Pasa 5K for the Delaware KIDS Fund in Dewey Beach took place the following Saturday, August 13th with 244 runners and walkers participating.  The two races raised $35,000.

For race results, Click Here –

This is the seventh year for the highly anticipated Delaware KIDS Fund 5K that takes place in Newport each summer and the first year for the KIDS Fund Que Pasa 5K Race. The race was presented by Harvey, Hanna & Associates, Hyatt Place Dewey Beach, My Sherpa, AWE Oil, M&T Bank and Rehoboth Beach Running Co. The events were supported by 54 corporate sponsors , as well as 478 runners and walkers of all ages and abilities.

Delaware KIDS Fund is an acronym for ‘Kids in Distressed Situations’ and helps at-risk children in Delaware who may face violence, abuse, family financial troubles, or other distressing situations. It is a non-profit organization founded by Thomas J.

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1 in 5 Delaware Children are Hungry. Give the Gift of Food Security This Holiday Season!

Looking to add meaning and value to your holiday season?

Why not give the gift of food security by making a tax-deductible gift to the Delaware KIDS Fund. Your gift will have an amazing front-line impact as the demand at Delaware food banks continues to mount with demand exceeding supply!

244,00 adults and children in Delaware do not have sufficient food – each day, every day – half of whom are children at risk.

The Delaware KIDS Fund was established by Thomas J. Hanna in November 2008 and is an acronym for ‘Kids in Distressed Situations’. It is geared around assisting Delaware area kids that are at risk or in need for whatever reason. Delaware KIDS Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing goods and services such as; clothing, food, shelter, scholarships, educational grants, counseling and mentoring.

Over the last six years, the fund has disbursed $47,146 to worthy organizations and crisis needs in Delaware. Organizations such as ‘The Bridge of Hope Food Bank’ in Wilmington, ‘Student Backpack Program’ of NCCC, ‘Cape Henlopen Food Bank’, ‘Our Lady of Grace Orphanage’ in Newark, ‘The Delaware Food Bank’, ‘Limestone Presbyterian Church’,

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The NCCCC Annual Chamber Charity Challenge Benefits The Delaware KIDS Fund

The New Castle County Chamber of Commerce hosted its 8th Annual County Chamber Charity Challenge at Cavaliers Country Club on September 10th and through a raffle was able to raise $2000 for The Delaware KIDS Fund, a charitable organization which benefits kids in distressed situations and established by HHA V.P., Thomas J. Hanna.

Congratulations to Joe Panchisin, the lucky winner of the raffle grand prize! Joe won a ‘Week stay at The Residences at Lighthouse Cove in Dewey Beach‘. The 2 bedroom luxury condominium overlooks the Rehoboth Bay in Dewey Beach and is part of Dewey Beach Enterprises resort development project.

Dewey Beach Enterprises (DBE) recently announced that the company was ready to move onto the next phase of construction for the resort project, which encompasses the Hyatt Place Hotel; penthouse and bayside residential condominiums; retail stores and restaurants; a future conference center; and an array of public amenities.

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Harvey Hanna Associates Hit the Million Dollar Mark in Donations

Harvey Hanna & Associates Recently Hit the $1 Million Dollar Mark in Donations since 1997

These funds were donated to a vast variety of local non-profits, charitable causes, schools, missions, and individuals (See this Link for a more detailed listing).

The company’s commitment to Delaware and surrounding communities is evident through its support of hundreds of local non-profit organizations, such as Special Olympics of Delaware, Meals on Wheels, Food Bank and Cape Food Basket.

Each member of the executive team at HHA currently sits on multiple boards at various non-profits, such as Delaware Center for Horticulture, Goodwill Industries, NCC Head Start, Sunny Hill Basketball League, Newport Rowing Club, Habitat for Humanity, The Centreville School, and Blackfeather Academy.


The Delaware KIDS Fund is an in-house charity created in 2008 by Thomas J. Hanna and the team at Harvey Hanna & Associates. The fund was designed to help at-risk children in Delaware who may face violence, abuse, family financial troubles, learning disabilities, or other distressing situations. The Delaware KIDS Fund provides support to help overcome these challenges and offers children new opportunities to succeed.

The annual holiday food drive helps to feed some 12,000 local KIDS in need while the DE Kids Fund 5k helps to raise funds to help provide 55,000 meals to local kids in need.

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