The Hunter Soccer Club BLUE WIDOWS are a group of eleven-year old neighborhood girls who have advanced the past three years to an elite team status playing the top clubs in the area. The team is guided by dedicated volunteer coaches and parents whose goal is to provide an instructive environment to the girls, as well as fielding a competitive team that enjoys success locally and regionally. Our primary revenue source is registration fees paid by families and donations received from generous individuals but since these funds do not cover all the team’s operating expenses, our players’ families often must raise their own funds to pay for equipment, training fees, travel, and tournament entry fees. The average cost per player per year to participate in all activities is approximately $1,500, particularly difficult for families with more than one player and/or modest means. In order to continue to make this rewarding experience a reality for our youth, we are reaching out to exhibit at the Jenkintown Arts Festival to sell candy, drinks, and raffle tickets for various prizes.
Hunter Soccer Club Blue WidowsWebmaster2023-09-11T03:43:21+00:00
JKPPA acts as a resource to patients and their loved ones who need assistance navigating the health care system, including referral to other networks and organizations who may better assist them. We are a free service for communities of all ages. JKPPA has owned and operated in Jenkintown for X YEARS. Our organization prioritizes and relies on community relationships to provide impactful support to all Jenkintown and Philadelphia residents. Through intimate relationships with professional and consumer volunteers, JKPPA staff facilitates patient to advocate collaboration to assist our vast client population on specific issues in hopes of improving their health care experience and outcomes. *note: Since the attached photo was taken we’ve gotten a new table cloth with our logo, a larger poster board, and promotional materials such as chapsticks and pens*
Jeff Kornblau Partners for Patient Advocacy JKPPAWebmaster2023-08-09T20:53:28+00:00
Since 1985, our mission at JUMC Food Cupboard, Loaves and Fishes has been to provide compassionate services to low income residents of Montgomery County, including the distribution of food and clothing at no cost or obligation to our patrons. We perform these services to regular and new patrons alike, with an open heart and in a truly charitable, respectful and non-judgmental atmosphere. We welcome all regardless of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, political beliefs or marital status.”
Community awareness of our school. Center School has over thirty years of successfully supporting students diagnosed with dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD, auditory processing disorder, executive function disorder, or a language-based learning disability in grades 1-8. Center School students are bright and capable, each with unique strengths and unlimited potential. We discover how our students learn and then teach in a way best suited for their individual needs.
Abington Art Center offers an array of educational programming, performances, exhibitions and events throughout the year. Each semester AAC presents a roster of art workshops and classes for adults and children in painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, fiber arts, jewelry making and more. The center’s four galleries feature juried shows, solo shows and community art exhibitions, receptions and artist talks that are free and open to the public. Summer finds the center buzzing with art camps for kids during the day and a free annual outdoor concert series on July evenings. With its art-deco rooms and its spacious outdoor facilities, Alverthorpe Manor serves as a generous venue for large and small private events, from weddings and mitzvahs to family parties, nonprofit fundraisers and business events.
Abington Arts CenterWebmaster2022-09-01T18:46:02+00:00