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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At Penn Foundation, we're in the business of changing lives and restoring hope. Each year, we provide behavioral health and wellness services to more than 10,000 children, adolescents, and adults. By providing compassionate, responsive, and innovative care, we help individuals and families grow, develop, and recover to their fullest mental, emotional, and spiritual health.
The PennSuburban Chamber of Commerce, formerly the North Penn Chamber of Commerce, has been serving the Montgomery County businesses since 1913. Currently with more than 700 member businesses, the PennSuburban Chamber is among the largest chamber and business organizations in Montgomery County.
The PennSuburban Chamber of Commerce is active with a number of different events each month ranging from community-centric events to educational seminars and business development networking activities. As a community-centric organization, the Chamber hosts many events including an Annual Banquet honoring our local heroes, Community Reading Day and Reading Phillies Day. Additionally, the PennSuburban Chamber has a charitable arm, which gives scholarships to seniors graduating from local high schools.
What is Peter Becker Community?
It's a place where a full continuum of retirement opportunities and care are available on one lifestyle enhancing campus.
Peter Becker Community is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) – offering comprehensive lifetime range of care from residential living to nursing care.
Peter Becker Community residents enjoy senior friendly residential housing choices of cottages or apartments with the knowledge that if they become sick or frail their needs will continue to be met. We provide solutions for concerns regarding security, changing health status, home maintenance, stimulating programs, and a caring environment.
Philabundance was created in 1984 with the simple belief that no man, woman or child should go hungry. Our growth and eventual integration with the Philadelphia Food Bank in 2005 has made us the region's largest hunger relief organization. We are now able to address hunger through direct service programs and a network of 500 member agencies, as well as contribute to a broad spectrum of social services through food cupboards, emergency kitchens, shelters, daycare and senior centers and beyond.
Philabundance has taken a stronghold of the hunger issue in the Delaware Valley, implementing both emergency relief and also long-term strategies to strengthen the hunger safety net. There is no quick fix, but with a unified dedication from our partners, donors and the public at large, we are creating innovative programs and support to our agencies that make nutritious food accessible to all.
Philabundance was created in 1984 with the simple belief that no man, woman or child should go hungry. Our growth and eventual integration with the Philadelphia Food Bank in 2005 has made us the region’s largest hunger relief organization. We are now able to address hunger through direct service programs and a network of 500 member agencies, as well as contribute to a broad spectrum of social services through food cupboards, emergency kitchens, shelters, daycare and senior centers and beyond.
Philabundance has taken a stronghold of the hunger issue in the Delaware Valley, implementing both emergency relief and also long-term strategies to strengthen the hunger safety net. There is no quick fix, but with a unified dedication from our partners, donors and the public at large, we are creating innovative programs and support to our agencies that make nutritious food accessible to all.- See more at: http://www.philabundance.org/about-us/mission-history/#sthash.1A42Art4.dpuf
Its mission is to promote and fulfill Dr. Philip Jaisohn's ideals of humanity through medical, social, educational, and cultural services for the enhancement of the quality of life in our communities and particularly those of Korean Americans.
Jaisohn Center serves the wider community through its medical center and various community programs.
We work to improve access to health care services and advocate for increased investment in child health programs.
We advocate for quality public education through promoting equitable school funding, excellent school climate, and the arts.
We help to expand the affordability, quality and accessibility of early childhood learning.
We advocate for children and families to ensure that they have access to basic supports to help make ends meet.
RHD's mission is to provide caring, effective, and innovative services that empower people of all abilities as they work to achieve the highest level of independence possible and build better lives for themselves, their families and their communities.
RSVP improves the lives of vulnerable populations in the community by focusing on education and wellness and by supporting nonprofits through skill-based volunteer programs. RSVP programs directly serve over 11,000 local residents each year. Programs are monitored and measured using surveys to ensure that efforts are meaningful for volunteers and yield positive results. More than 1,200 volunteers take on roles to help community members with literacy, mentoring, delivering warm meals, free Medicare counseling, transporting low-income seniors to medical appointments, virtual math tutoring, STEM career presentations and by assisting local nonprofits.
Assignments are available to volunteers to take on roles throughout Montgomery, Delaware, Chester counties and parts of Philadelphia. Volunteers choose their assignment and RSVP staff helps them succeed.
Since 1975, Sebastian has been offering equine assisted therapy programs for children and adults living with a variety of physical, mental health and intellectual disabilities. The focus of our program is a safe, fun and healthy approach to growth and rehabilitation through equine activities and riding.
The Self-Determination Housing Project of Pennsylvania, Inc. (SDHP) is a statewide organization founded in 1994 and incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1998. SDHP promotes self-determination in housing choice and control for people with disabilities and older adults in Pennsylvania.
The goal of SDHP is to increase the stock of affordable, accessible and integrated housing and to expand access to public and private housing programs for people with disabilities and older adults. All Pennsylvanians should have the opportunity to live in decent housing which is appropriate for their needs.