Member Announcements

The page allows members to communicate with one another about ongoing, programs, staffing changes, opportunities for partnerships, etc. A running calendar of time-limited events submitted by members as pdf flyers are published on the Member Events page. Job openings appear on the Job Board.

The Alzheimer's Association offers 24/7 info., referral, and care consultation to individuals, family and professional caregivers by calling our toll free Helpline # 800-272-3900.  Live, trained clinicians are available around the clock, including evenings, weekends and holidays, to answer questions and provide support and resources.  Please do not hesitate to call anytime, and please SHARE the # with anyone who may need to connect with us.


We also offer FREE consumer education programs to anyone wishing to host and provide space for their group or the general public to attend.  There is no cost to host a program, nor cost for anyone to attend. We simply suggest space for 25-50 attendees and convenient accessibility and parking.  We have availability on our calendar to schedule programs now through June 2020.  If you would like to schedule a program at your community, office, church or local library, please call the helpline # or reply to this email.  We do require 6-8 weeks lead time in scheduling programs open to the general public in order to promote and build a pre-registered audience.


Please see and share the relative attachments herein.  We look forward to working with you!

This information should provide you with the basic knowledge regarding concerns about this virus.

Additional information is available at: and for handwashing education.

Good Afternoon!

Some of you may be familiar with me as one of the members of Montgomery County’s Interfaith Coalition who helped facilitate and participated on a panel discussion held in October 2019. I also serve as a County liaison with the MontcoPACounts committee which is the subject of my email to you today.

As trusted messengers in your community, it is crucial that you are informed about the impact that a complete and accurate census count will have to your community.

« Did you know that, Pennsylvania ranks 2nd highest at risk in the Nation to be undercounted!! The Census is linked to funding for critical needs such as Medicaid, SNAP (food stamps), school food programs, Head Start for children, and highway construction, to name just a few.

Attached are digital files of promotional materials we have available to share with your network and members. Could you set a stack sitting in your entrances and lobbies or include them as bulletin inserts? Let me know if you’d like some delivered to you and we’ll make that happen! Also attached is a listing of the Champion Training events open to anyone, no need to RSVP. Please share with anyone who may be interested.

I thank you in advance for taking the time to read this information and anything you can do to spread the word in the community on the impact of the 2020 Census if we are undercounted.

With regards,

Elizabeth DiArcangelo

Elizabeth DiArcangelo, M.S.

Pronouns: She, Her, Hers

Office of Community Connections, Administrator

#MontcoPACounts, County Liaison

Montgomery County Dept of Health & Human Services

1430 DeKalb Street

Norristown, PA 19404

O: 610-278-3606

The VNA Foundation of Greater North Penn is proud to announce the following, representing more than $240,000 in Fall 2019 grantmaking:

$45,750 awarded in Census Inclusion Grants to 14 area nonprofit organizations who are working to educate and prepare hard-to-count populations in the North Penn region for Census 2020. List of awardees:

$194,290 awarded in Capacity Building Grants to 25 area nonprofit organizations to build their organizational capacity to perform their critical work on behalf of the North Penn community. List of awardees: