Member Directory

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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Carson Valley Children's Aid helps families by offering a full continuum of services that helps families and children LEARN - HEAL - GROW.

The Catalyst Center is a management consulting and training firm working with nonprofits to improve their effectiveness through private consultation as well as through our Nonprofit Management Training Series.

We are here to provide resources, knowledge and skills necessary for nonprofit organizations to succeed.

Your Growth is Our Mission.

The Center for Loss and Bereavement is a non-profit organization that provides professional counseling, support services and education for those individuals, couples and families dealing with loss and bereavement.


Enriching Lives. Empowering Futures.

For nearly four decades, Delta Community Supports has enriched the lives of individuals and families living with developmental disabilities and in need of foster care.

Since 1976, ElderNet has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the at-risk elderly and disabled adults of Lower Merion and Narberth. ElderNet's partnerships for outreach have allowed us to expand our programs and services to include low income individuals and families in need.

Since 1900, Family Services has been caring for children, seniors and families in Montgomery County who face everyday emotional difficulties or physical hardships. Our many innovative services programs make a positive difference in the lives of 13,000 Montgomery County residents each year.

At Family Services, we envision a strong, caring community of individuals and families meeting the challenges and opportunities of life. By doing this, we in turn enhance the community in which we live and work.

Garden of Health Inc. is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit food bank covering Montgomery and Bucks County, PA. We provide allergen friendly food and fresh produce to over 10 food pantries.

Our mission is to provide special dietary foods (gluten free, heart healthy, diabetic friendly, foods free of one or more of the top 8 allergens) and fresh produce to low-income families. We do this by distributing this type of food to 10 food pantries. We also distribute the fresh produce to low-income senior housing and senior centers that provide lunch for seniors during the week.

Generations of Indian Valley is a full-service community center serving active adults with programs in health and fitness, recreation, education, and nutrition. Our intergenerational programs and community partnerships allow to us to provide a wide variety of programming. We accept, but do not require,  an annual contribution at a suggested level of $10.00 per year to help defray the costs of our operating expenses.  Most of our free and low cost events and programs are open to the public in the communities of Bucks and Montgomery Counties and beyond.  You do not have to be 60 or older to participate in these events and programs.

Our mission is to provide access to programs and services that help older adults live independently and remain active.

Greater Harleysville and North Penn Senior Services operates two senior center facilities:  Encore Experiences at Harleysville and The Peak Center in Lansdale. 

Building strength, stability, self-reliance and shelter for families in Montgomery and Delaware counties.


HealthSpark Foundation is a private, independent foundation providing support to organizations that serve the unmet health and/or human service needs of residents living in and organizations serving Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

With its strategic plan and grantmaking strategy, the foundation embraces a population health framework and approach to its work.

The foundation makes its investments to reduce health disparities affecting particularly those experiencing poverty. With its continued focus on enhancing access to safe and affordable housing, improving food security and proper nutrition, and enhancing access to quality health care and supportive services, the foundation’s work is designed to improve the overall health and wellbeing of Montgomery County residents.

The foundation is designed to exist in perpetuity, so our commitment is long-term.  We invest our time, expertise and resources in finding innovative solutions to the complex challenges facing our health and human services systems and helping to build the capacity of the organizations delivering services.


Founded in 1975, Indian Creek Foundation’s mission is to provide opportunities for people, with intellectual and developmental disabilities, to live in and enrich the community throughout their lives. Through three divisions offering behavioral health, residential and community based, and vocational services; the Foundation continues to grow and meet the changing needs of the surrounding community.