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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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.
The Mission of the Greater Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce is to promote a favorable economic climate in the Indian Valley trade area by providing opportunities for the exchange of economic, civic and legislative issues which enhance the quality of life.
Instar Learning Alliance is an educational non-profit established in 2014, which grew out of the collective experiences of three women—women who felt a need to become actively involved in finding a way to make a positive difference in the lives of senior citizens.
You may not think homeless families inhabit our suburbs, but they’re here--and in growing numbers. These families may have resembled yours and mine until a personal tragedy, such as a job loss or family breakup, left them bereft of financial resources.
In the face of such circumstances, many families seek and eventually exhaust the support of loved ones. As time goes on the challenge of finding adequate employment, as well as affordable health and child care, becomes increasingly formidable with long-term goals often falling by the wayside.
IHN is a nonprofit organization committed to helping homeless families in Montgomery County achieve lasting independence.
IHN provides the following services for homeless families:
Training & Education
Joni and Friends maintains offices across the U.S., including a local office in Greater Philadelphia, PA. The Greater Philadelphia office is working together with local churches and organizations, forming outreach programs throughout the community and ministering hope and the message of Christ to those who face the daily challenges of life with a disability. The Greater Philadelphia office is committed to reaching individuals and families affected by disability in our community with the love of Christ.
Open at Congregation Adath Jeshurun in Elkins Park with a wide range of programs, such as Art and Music, Current Events, Fitness and more, KleinLife: Montgomery County is here to put energy and fun into your week. Also offering a free daily hot kosher lunch, so don't miss out! Call 215-635-5244 for more information.
Laurel House is dedicated to the vision of ending domestic violence in each life, home, and community.
The mission of Laurel House is to provide safe haven for abused women and their children, to raise public awareness about domestic violence and to advocate for social change against domestic violence.
Lutheran Children & Family Services is a non-profit social service agency providing a broad scope of services to a diverse clientele throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania. By relying on a wide network of individuals and agency supporters, our dedicated staff is able to provide families and children with services from a variety of local, state, federal and community resources.
Relying on our core of volunteers, Manna seeks to end hunger in the North Penn region by providing food, fulfilling social service needs and conducting community education through a food pantry and soup kitchen, emergency financial aid, counseling and referrals and community outreach. Manna's vision is "that everyone might be fed."