Among our members you'll find many of the most respected organizations in Montgomery and Bucks Counties, including nonprofit agencies, school districts and higher education, businesses, and philanthropic organizations. Scroll down to link to their websites and/or view a brief description of their services below.
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As the only domestic violence organization in Bucks County, PA, A Woman's Place (AWP) provides comprehensive free, private, and confidential service, support, education, outreach, and advocacy to victims of domestic violence and their children and the community. We are committed to the empowerment of women and to ending intimate and domestic violence for all. For general information, please call 215.343.9241.
Abington Memorial Hospital (AMH) is a 665-bed, regional referral center and teaching hospital, which has been providing comprehensive, high-quality services for people in Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia counties for more than 90 years. AMH employs over 5,400 employees, making AMH one of the largest employers in Montgomery County. The hospital's medical staff consists of over 1,100 physicians, including primary care, medical and surgical specialists. More than 1,100 volunteers give their time and talents to support this not-for-profit hospital, and AMH provides more than $45 million in free care to our community each year.
Advanced Living Communities is committed to providing those less fortunate with everything they need to live and age in place at a price they can afford. We believe everyone deserves the right to live and age with dignity and respect, no matter what their income. You can't put a price tag on comfort, happiness or peace of mind, so why pay extra for it? Advanced Living Communities offers a wide range of services and housing options to fit any budget.
The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. We are here to help.
- We have local chapters across the nation, providing services within each community. Find a chapter near you.
- Our professionally staffed 24/7 Helpline (1.800.272.3900) offers information and advice to more than 250,000 callers each year and provides translation services in more than 170 languages.
Our Mission: To enhance and enrich the lives of children and youth in the communities where our dealer members work and live.
Early in 2003, the Board of Directors of the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia (ADAGP) voted to formalize its charitable efforts by establishing the Auto Dealers CARing For Kids Foundation, a public charity earning the Internal Revenue Service's 501(c)(3) status. The original goal of the Foundation was to focus on improving the lives and welfare of children in the Delaware Valley. Along with providing financial support to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the Foundation contributed funding to worthwhile child-related programs and causes throughout the five-county Philadelphia area. Since its incorporation, our Foundation has made $9.6 million in contributions to the Hospital and several other children's charities.
In 2008, as the result of a two-year strategic planning process, our signature "Driving Away the Cold" program was created. In just nine years, the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation and its Dealer Members have donated 265,252 new winter coats to children living in poverty throughout the Delaware Valley. Please see our Driving Away the Cold page for more information about this project.
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping underserved moms by providing "Baby Bundles" of clothing for the newborn baby after delivery in the hospital. The "Baby Bundles" are distributed by community social service providers that determine the need. Please check our partners/affiliations tab to see how we are connecting throughout the community. If you can sponsor a clothing drive to help keep the drawers full, please contact me via email or phone. If you are a social service provider and would like to receive our services, please contact us! We are located in Warminster, PAThe Baby Bureau believes in Recycle, Reuse, Regive, the love...the need is great — Over 700 babies dressed and counting!!
Each "Baby Bundle" is wrapped in donated blankets or quilts and contains at least 30 seasonally appropriate outfits, onesies, sleepers, bibs, baby shoes, hat and a new baby rattle. The baby clothes are either new or gently used and are donated with love.
The mission of Bridge of Hope is to end and prevent homelessness for women and children with the help of trained mentoring groups within congregations. Single mothers achieve permanent housing and financial stability through employment and attain stability and enhanced self-esteem through ongoing mentoring friendships. Our goal is to exemplify Christ’s love and to promote physical, emotional, social and spiritual wholeness.
The Bucks Chester Montgomery Link to Aging and Disability Resources is part of a nationwide effort to take a seamless approach to the way we assist seniors and adults with a disability who need help with activities of daily living.
Often when one thinks of a church, the picture that comes to mind is a building or an institution but the church is people, not a place or a meeting you attend. The church is people living not simply in relationship with God but also living in mission with him. Calvary Church is a faith community, really an extended family, with members of all ages and many walks of life. . .
Teachers, truck drivers, construction workers, scientists, stay-at-home moms, students, lawyers, artists and engineers to name a few. We are a diverse group of ragamuffins who garden, read, skate, bike, cross-stitch and cheer and groan with the Phillies, Eagles, 76ers and the Flyers.
The Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE) is a non-profit organization, based in Philadelphia, that has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for vulnerable older people since 1977.
CARIE fulfills its core mission to improve the well being, rights and autonomy of older persons through advocacy, education, and action through a "case to cause" model of advocacy that serves to promote equal access to justice and addresses problems and issues on both the individual and the systemic levels.