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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The mission of the Senior Adult Activities Center of Montgomery County (Montco SAAC) is to involve, enrich and empower adults 50 years of age or better to live as independently as possible in our communities.

We do this by promoting the wellness of adults 50 years of age or better through recreational, educational and social opportunities as well as being a referral source for services available within our service area. Activities and programming of our centers emphasize creating and maintaining independence in all phases of life.

Souderton Adult Day Care Center's mission is to serve older adults living at home in their communities. We provide respite for and support caregivers who work outside of the home. We offer both full-day and half-day programs.

The center provides health monitoring by an R.N., nutritionally balanced meals, dignified personal assistance and therapeutic activities. Our professional nurse, program coordinator, and activities staff work in partnership with the participants and their families to deliver individualized service.

Souderton Adult Day Care Center is located in Montgomery County and serves Souderton, Telford, Hatfield, Harleysville, Colmar, Franconia, and Sellersville.

 

The Souderton Area School District (SASD) includes an area of 49 square miles in Upper Montgomery County. It is the largest school district, in square miles, in the county. The district is situated midway between the cities of Allentown and Philadelphia. Due to its locale the district has the best of both worlds: proximity to the city, while in a semi-rural setting. Six municipalities are within the boundaries of the SASD: the two boroughs of Souderton and Telford and the four townships of Franconia, Lower Salford, Upper Salford and Salford. The population of the school district exceeded 43,109 according to the 2010 census.

"The Mission of the Souderton Area School District is to prepare students to demonstrate competencies needed to contribute and to succeed in a changing world by building on a commitment to excellence and innovation, by working in partnership with family and community, and by assuring a quality education for all students in a safe and nurturing environment."

The mission of PMHCC is to improve service and recovery opportunities for persons who are challenged by serious and/or prolonged mental illness, drug and alcohol abuse and/or other barriers to self-sufficiency, in support of those citizens most in need and served by the City of Philadelphia and other counties of Southeast Pennsylvania.

The Family Resource Center

Who We Are

We offer spiritual support and counseling, social service referrals, & job search assistance to residents of the Abington/Willow Grove and surrounding areas. (We do not provide financial help or job placement.)

Contact Us
Phone: 215-337-2018 Ext. 103
Web: www.toknowchrist.org

Strategy for Non-Profits provides hands-on strategic planning and execution support to clients at an inflection point: they've determined to achieve more dramatic impact. At such times, strategy per se usually isn't enough. Successfully executing such strategies often requires organization transformation.

Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission has ministered to the physical and spiritual needs of the homeless and disadvantaged in the Philadelphia area since 1878. They offer a variety of programs and services to accomplish their mission of providing for the practical and spiritual needs of hungry, homeless and hurting individuals in the Philadelphia area. It is their desire to meet the immediate needs of our guests and to create an environment which inspires real life changes that lead to restoration and rehabilitation.

Tabor Children's Services is committed to providing culturally-competent, cost-effective quality services that ensure the safety of children, youth, adults and families; enhance the development of children and youth; secure the children's right to permanent families; foster the integrity of the family; and promote the mental health and improved functioning of children and adults seeking stability and independence.

​Tend to Hope is dedicated to ministering to the population of individuals admitted each year to mental health crisis facilities. Our "Seeds of Hope" boxes are filled with quality self-care products and hope-building resources. The objective is for individuals to feel cared for, worthy of a good life, and knowledgeable in at least some ways to engage in the process of recovery.

TLC is a non-profit education and social services organization serving students and families in Montgomery County, PA and surrounding areas for over 47 years. Founded in 1970 and incorporated in 1983, TLC is one of the region's largest community-based organizations providing alternative education, coaching, and counseling services to public school students and their families.

Tri-State Heath Foundation's goal is to provide prevention education as well as a wide variety of mobile health services to those community members who need it most.

When you support United Way, you advance a two-generation approach to ending poverty that builds the success of our youth and the stability of our families. With countless ways to give, advocate and volunteer, every gift combines to drive maximum Impact in our community.

Univest introduced our "Committed to Local" giving program in 2012 as our way of responding to the growing needs this economic climate has brought to the neighborhoods where we live and work. We are proud to be in a position to step up, increase our investment and partner with various nonprofits to make a positive difference in the lives of those in need.

Located in southeastern Pennsylvania, the Upper Perkiomen Valley consists of charming, picturesque towns surrounded by gently rolling hills, family farms, parklands, and an 814-acre reservoir. Nestled among some of the fastest-growing communities in the commonwealth, this rural oasis offers a wealth of natural and cultural resources, a small-town atmosphere, and an enviable pace of life.

If you are visiting, we invite you to “Explore, Experience and Enjoy our Valley.”  In addition to great recreational opportunities, our community is home to several hundred retail businesses, primarily small, locally owned stores to our community.